New Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One Game Releases This Week – March 28th – April 1st, 2022

What’s your strategy this week?
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What’s new on Xbox this week? Will your wallet feel the burden of another week of great games? You could reduce that burden with a Game Pass subscription, which will come in handy this week as there are a few new additions to the subscription service.

Fans of strategy games will be well served with Crusader Kings 3: Console Edition, which launches today and is included as part of the Xbox Game Pass subscription. Definitely worth a go, then.

If strategy really is what you live for, Tropico 6 is getting a next-gen update this week that boosts the resolution and gives the game a bit of extra sheen on the Xbox Series X|S. This is one I can highly recommend, and I guarantee my Friday night will be spent lording it up over my own fictitious country of Chrislandia.

On the sports front, we have MLB The Show 22. I can’t say much about this being a Brit and all, but I used to like playing rounders during school PE lessons. Same thing, isn’t it?

Here’s what’s coming to Xbox this week:

New Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One Releases This Week – March 28th – April 1st, 2022

Monday, March 28th

  • Lost Judgement: The Kaito Files

Tuesday, March 29th

  • Ikai
  • In Nightmare
  • Crusader Kings 3: Console Edition

Wednesday, March 30th

  • Agent Intercept
  • Shattered: Tale of the Forgotten King
  • Catie in MeowmeowLand

Thursday, March 31st

  • Vengeful Art
  • Whisper Trip
  • Weird West
  • Tropico 6 (Xbox Series X|S update)

Friday, April 1st

  • Super Cyborg
  • MLB The Show 22
  • Flat Kingdom: Paper’s Cut Edition

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