Xbox Game Pass Gets Its First March Wave

An Exciting Lineup of Xbox Titles to Kick Off the Month

The anticipation is high as the first wave of Xbox Game Pass titles for March has been announced, promising subscribers a diverse array of gaming experiences. From action-packed adventures to family-friendly fun, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Leading the charge is Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun, a nostalgic throwback to ’90s first-person shooters set in the dark and grim universe of Warhammer 40,000. With its fast-paced gameplay and brutal arsenal of Space Marine weaponry, it’s sure to appeal to fans of classic shooters.

Joining the lineup on March 7 is PAW Patrol World, a delightful 3D adventure game starring the beloved pooches on a mission-filled journey. Then, on March 12, SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated splashes onto Game Pass, offering a whimsical remake of the beloved 2003 classic, complete with the original voice cast.

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Prepare for thrills on March 13 with Control Ultimate Edition, an action-packed journey through the mysterious Oldest House. This upgraded version includes the original game and all DLC expansions, delivering an immersive experience for players.

The excitement continues on March 14 with the arrival of No More Heroes 3, featuring the return of otaku assassin Travis Touchdown in a bizarre and unforgettable adventure. Then, on March 19, Lightyear Frontier launches in Xbox Game Preview, offering a unique blend of farming simulation and mecha action.

Rounding out the lineup is MLB The Show 24, hitting Game Pass on March 19 with early access and bonus content for members. And mark your calendars for March 28, when Diablo 4 makes its highly anticipated debut on the service.

As new arrivals join the Game Pass library, three titles will bid farewell on March 15 to make room for the incoming wave of games. With such an exciting lineup of titles, March is shaping up to be an unforgettable month for Xbox Game Pass subscribers.