The Surge 2, Power Rangers and Bleeding Edge coming to Xbox Game Pass before the end of March

By Aaron Potter | | 270 |

If you haven’t already subscribed to Xbox Game Pass (and let’s face it, given the current state of the world why wouldn’t you?) then Microsoft is preparing to tempt you further, with a slew of new games coming to the service in the coming days. One of these, Bleeding Edge, we knew was coming as all first-party Xbox One games arrive on day one. But even still, more great games coming to the subscription service can only be a good thing!

The major boon for Xbox Game Pass members will be The Surge 2, which is actually already available now for console players. In it, you don a mech suit in order to survive within a futuristic metropolis, doing battle with anyone standing in your way. It’s a game that will test your will and metal being born from the Dark Souls school of combat. So just remember to prepare before entering encounters.

As preciously mentioned, the colourful-looking multiplayer combat game Bleeding edge will arrive on the service on March 24th. Developed by the same team that have us Enslaved: Odyssey to the West and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, it promises to be a melee alternative to other character-centric PVP titles like Overwatch and Apex Legends. Then, two days later, Power Rangers: Battle For the Grid hits Game Pass to offer players the ultimate fighting game for Power Rangers fans. Fight as rangers from across eras in this super-powered brawler.

Unfortunately, the arrival of new games to Xbox Game Pass does mean that we also have to say goodbye to some titles. Here’s a full breakdown of which games are leaving at the end of March:

Console:

  • Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
  • Cities: Skylines
  • The Golf Club 2
  • LEGO Worlds
  • Operencia: The Stolen Sun
  • Vampyr

PC:

  • Battle Chef Brigade
  • Cities: Skylines
  • Kingsway
  • Operencia: The Stolen Sun
  • Orwell: Keeping and Eye on You
  • Vampyr

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Aaron Potter

A fervent word whisperer and lifetime TimeSplitters fanatic, Aaron’s video game obsession started after playing GTA far too young. Since then, he’s tried to put it to good use writing for places like GamesRadar, Kotaku, and now Console Deals.