Wild Hearts on Game Pass would be a fantastic way to build a solid user base for the game’s opening on February 17. The Monster Hunter-like developed by Omega Force promises captivating beasts to take down and many weapons to collect along the way; hopefully, Game Pass subscribers can experience that. Here’s everything we know about Wild Hearts on Game Pass.
- Hopefully, the weapons of Wild Hearts will match up to the ones in Monster Hunter.
Can You Play Wild Hearts On Game Pass?
The full experience of Wild Hearts will not be on Xbox Game Pass as there has been no confirmation from EA or Koei Tecmo. The game has to be purchased at full price.
However, there is a silver lining. If you’re curious about Wild Hearts, you can still play the game through a 10-hour trial with EA Play. As an EA Play subscription is included with Game Pass, you can check out the Monster Hunter-like and see if it’s worth the asking price. You can also check out FIFA 23‘s trial.
Another neat fact to know is that Wild Hearts‘ trial will be available on February 13. So, you have three days to get to grips with the game before its full release. Something to keep in mind though is that the trial ends at the gates of Minato.
- There will probably be resources that are hard to get in Wild Hearts, just like Monster Hunter Rise.
Games Like Wild Hearts On The Service
There is plenty of monster hunting on Xbox’s subscription service, despite Wild Hearts not coming to the service on day one. The most obvious choice is Monster Hunter Rise. The former Switch exclusive is epic with tough bosses, a gorgeous Japan-like setting, and cool armour to craft.
If you’re looking for an exciting co-op experience, Sea of Thieves is another option. As shipmates on a pirate ship, you’re looking for treasure, exploring an engaging open world, and fighting opposing ships for glory on the seas. You’ll also need to work together on getting the ship repaired and getting it moving across the waves.