With so many titles being available on the subscription service, it can be hard to find something to play. Here are ten Xbox Game Pass March 2020 games suggestions to check out. These should all be available to play right away, or close to.
Hopefully there’s a good variety of games, and maybe you’ll find something new to check out that you might have overlooked or not have known it was on the service. This is a console focused listing, and it’s not in a ranked order. Best to give them all a whirl if you have time or interest in them!
This is a coop focused shooter following the twins of the lead protagonist of the series. They’re headed to Paris in order to find their father and it’s quite a wild time. These are two messed up individuals, and it’s a lot of fun to take in. It’s a different sort of entry in the series, and perhaps a good entry point to prepare for future follow-ups.
This is a fantastic narrative driven experience from Remedy. It delivers time based gameplay and combat as you use various abilities to battle enemies. There’s an element of choice, and a twisting story in this one. There are also interesting TV elements that flesh out the story further. This one really should have had more attention to it, it’s enhanced which makes it look even better.
One of the most classic RPG titles was given a great boost, and this essential first party franchise is a must play if you’ve missed. It features some intense British humor, while also diving into the art of kicking chickens. That aside, it has interesting moral themes and elements of magic. If you’ve missed out on the series, now is the best time to check it out as I feel this one might be coming back in the future.
Time to suit up Agent! Get back out there as this latest entry in the open world sandbox title is about a year old at this point. Celebrate that by getting out there into the city to collect addicting Agility Orbs or just having wild action. Grow as an agent to become more powerful, and enjoy coop as well. There’s a multiplayer component, not sure how lively that is but the destruction is insane. Whatever the case, they’ve added a lot of content since release and it’s a lot of fun to play.
Ori is back, and ready for action in this emotionally driven platformer follow-up. Battle against massive forces, discover hidden secrets and attempt to restore the balance that’s been shifted. You will face challenges, witness incredible moments and be blown away by the striking art style used in this one. It is very likely to be one of the most acclaimed titles of the year.
A charming and lovely family title with a focus on 3D platforming. They do mix up perspectives quite a bit, but for the most part it features some casual and then slightly more difficult situations. Battle against this group of cats, gathering collectibles and discovering secrets. Work through many levels, including some DLC extensions and of course use special costumes. There’s a lot of content in this one, and it’s just a great time.
This is an intense melee focused hero battling title from Ninja Theory. It features a very distinct art style and a definitely unique type of gameplay. Work as a team through objective based competitions, modding and enhancing your weird group of characters. It’s entirely multiplayer focused, and brings some interesting action along the way.
This is a straight up fun party game with a futuristic theme to it. This is like Xbox’s Mario Party and honestly a franchise that should come back. This is an Original Xbox title, but it is Xbox One X enhanced. Just let it be known that it isn’t widescreen, but still looks great. Play in party games against the AI, or with others locally for a grand time.
The long running Square Enix franchise is packed with extra content and an expansive narrative. Follow Noctis and is boy band as they hit the road. Things aren’t great in the kingdom and it’s a long storied battle to deal with various massive monsters and many foes along the way. Also, enjoy side activities such as camping or having a grand time with the lads. Don’t forget to have a fun with in the car, or perhaps the classic Chocobos.
The Yakuza franchise has finally arrived on the Xbox platform. This is a prequel entry that follows two leads as they deal with issues. It’s all about dedication, fast paced combat and of course silly times. It’s a very dramatic, and serious game yet at the same time very much over the top. Play arcade games, various mini games and of course hit the karaoke stage to show off. This is a very lengthy, and well put together experience. This one is definitely worth your time, and it’s exciting to see the franchise start to roll out for the console platform as it’s been a long time coming at this point.
That’s the list for March 2020, hopefully you found some interesting games. It’s our goal to provide an interesting list of suggestions every month. Just keep in mind that over time some games get removed, or re-added and there’s always something new to play.
These lists hopefully provide a varied offering whether you want family games, casual party ones or even gripping multiplayer. Basically for every age group or type of audience. We have a review for one of them below, or you can check out the general platform hub for additional coverage.
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