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Xbox Game Pass for March: Just Cause 4 and Fallout 4 (again)

Also F1 2018 and Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

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Just Cause 4 - Rico riding a motorcycle across a bridge away from an explosion while a fighter jet trails him overhead
In Just Cause 4, Rico is frequently pursued by supersonic fighter jets while riding a dirt bike.
Avalanche Studios/Square Enix
Owen S. Good is a longtime veteran of video games writing, well known for his coverage of sports and racing games.

Just Cause 4, F1 2018 and the return of Fallout 4 highlight the coming month of additions to the Xbox Game Pass library, Microsoft said today.

Just Cause 4 is available today on Xbox Game Pass. The over-the-top sandbox adventure launched barely three months ago (Dec. 4, 2018, to be precise). It’s joined by 2012’s Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, also available today.

On March 14, F1 2018 arrives on Game Pass, three days before Formula One racing’s 2019 championship begins in Melbourne. F1 2018 launched in August but it involves last year’s series and teams, so this game will lack a handful of renamed or new teams. Several drivers have also changed affiliations.

Fallout 4 joined the Game Pass library during E3 2018, and left back in November when Fallout 76 launched. It’s back on March 14, probably to keep the Fallout flag waving after Fallout 76’s chilly reception. “After all, there will always be another settlement that needs your help,” Major Nelson wrote in today’s announcement. Yeah, no shit about that.

Xbox Game Pass’ library spans more than 200 titles, with games added in and rotated out every month. Check back next week, when Microsoft announces what will be leaving the service soon. Xbox Game Pass costs $9.99 a month.

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