The recently-released Just Cause 4 is now available via Xbox Game Pass, so anyone with a subscription can download it free.
In Eurogamer’s Just Cause 4 review, Chris Donlan slapped Square Enix’s capable open world with a recommendation and deemed it “likeably scrappy”. It’s worth a look.
Then, next week, Xbox Game Pass welcomes back Fallout 4 on 14th March. It’s been part of the subcription service before, but disappeared at the end of last year presumably to make way for the release of Fallout 76. It’s good to see it back.
That’s not all, either – Lego Batman 2 joins Xbox Game Pass on 6th March, before F1 2018 on 14th March.
March 7 has come early. Just Cause 4 and LEGO Batman 2 are available now + more coming soon. pic.twitter.com/rxLq6SNlb4
— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) March 6, 2019
Around 200 games are available as part of Xbox Game Pass, at the cost of £7.99 a month. You can currently get your first month for a quid.