As we reported on earlier, Just Cause 4 has already been added to Xbox Game Pass just three months after its official launch. It’s now not alone – Xbox have added LEGO Batman 2 too.
Like we said in our review of the game, Just Cause 4 is an amazing sandbox game. It’s an action-adventure game following Rico Rodriguez, a ‘rugged and rogue’ agent who travels to Solís to uncover the truth about Project Illapa.
Just Cause 4 appeared on Xbox Game Pass today, a little bit earlier than the predicted date of March 7th. However, it’s no longer alone, because LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes has joined the fun.
LEGO Batman 2 is, like all Lego-themed games, a work of art. It’s a standalone sequel to Lego Batman: The Videogame and allows the player to control numerous DC characters.
The player must fight their way through Gotham City and stop notorious villains like the Joker and Lex Luthor from committing more crimes than they’ve already committed.
While that’s all for now, there’s still two more games to be added. F1 2018 and Fallout 4 are both coming (or returning, in the latter’s case) to Xbox Game Pass on March 14th.
F1 2018 is, naturally, a racing game and the tenth instalment in the Formula One video game franchise. It’s based off the 2018 Formula One World Championship, in case you didn’t get that from the title, and includes all twenty-one circuits, all twenty drivers, and all ten teams.
The player must build up their reputation, decide whether to be nice or play dirty, and most importantly, drive cars around a track.
It’s an exciting racing game that takes the time to balance the reality of F1 racing with the actual racing aspect and a must-have for any Formula One fan.
Lastly, this isn’t Fallout 4’s first Xbox Game Pass rodeo. The game’s been featured in the lineup before and it’s now back in a shiny new Power Armor suit.
Fallout 4 follows the sole survivor, aptly named the Sole Survivor, as they make their way across the Wasteland to get their son back. They’ll have to battle mutated creatures, make or break friendships, and ultimately work out who to ally with.
While not as highly praised as Fallout: New Vegas, Fallout 4 is still an incredibly good entry in the Fallout series and worthy of any Fallout fan’s time. Just don’t let Preston Garvey’s constant asking-for-help get to you.