The next batch of Xbox Game Pass additions for March 2022 are here. After the first two weeks of the month included games like Guardians of the Galaxy, this second set of games is slightly more indie. There are plenty of day one Game Pass launches to look forward to, on top of the latest F1 game. Read on to see all of the Xbox Game Pass additions for late March.
Xbox Game Pass March 2022 Additions
The following games will all arrive on Xbox Game Pass in the latter stages of March 2022:
March 17, 2022
- The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos
March 22, 2022
- Tainted Grail: Conquest (Console only)
- Zero Escape: The Nonary Games
March 24, 2022
- Norco (PC only)
- F1 2021 (Console only)
March 29, 2022
- Crusader Kings III (Xbox Series X/S only)
March 31, 2022
- Weird West
Evidently, there aren’t the same sort of triple-A Game Pass additions as seen in recent months. There are a lot of day-one launches though, including Shredders, Norco, and Crusader Kings III. Shredders is probably the biggest of those arrivals. It’s a snowsport game in the vein of Riders Republic, with a more grounded approach than the SSX series. That’s on top of the southern gothic point-and-click Norco, and the strategy RPG Crusader Kings III.
Equally, it’s interesting to see F1 2021 arrive later this month. It comes just a day after it was announced that F1 2019 would leave the service, leaving fans to wonder whether something new was coming. With the new Formula 1 season starting this month, it’s a logical tie-in to attract players to Codemasters’ racing game.
Xbox Game Pass March 2022 Removals
These games are sadly leaving Game Pass in the next few weeks. Make sure to get through them before they disappear for good!
March 31, 2022
- Madden NFL 20
- Narita Boy
- Shadow Warrior 2
April 11, 2022
- Destiny 2: Beyond Light, Shadowkeep, and Forsaken (PC only)
That’s it for our look at the upcoming Game Pass arrivals and removals for the rest of March 2022. With some exciting day-one releases and a dedicated competitive racer on the way, there should be something for everyone.