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eFootball PES 2021, Torchlight 3 & Injustice 2 headed for Xbox Game Pass

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Xbox has announced the next load of games headed for Xbox Game Pass in January 2021, we’re getting another eclectic mix of genres again this month. The news once again breaks via the Xbox Wire, showing off what Microsoft has planned for their digital offerings this month. The new batch of games includes a variety of titles, with four games for console and Android via Cloud Gaming to help out the four offerings for PC as well.

The festivities in the new year begin on Android and Console with two games: football sim eFootball PES 2021 Season Update and Little Acre. These will also be released alongside Injustice 2 for some fighting game action. That last one will be exclusive to Xbox Game Pass for PC. All of these are due out on January 7.

A week later on the 14th, another batch of games is due. The release of Torchlight III on Android and Xbox Game Pass for Console gives RPG fans something to sink their teeth into as well. The dungeon-crawler will be joined by deck-building game Neoverse and the interesting mystery title, What Remains of Edith Finch. Those last two are due for the PC variant of the Game Pass library.

A few more games include a bunch of other additions in the more niche side of things. Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet can fulfill some JRPG fiends desires, while FTL: Faster Than Light helps those with adventure game and sci-fi cravings. Those two are due on January 15th for various platforms. And if you’re after a bit more fighting game action,Tekken 7 will show up on console as well.

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Check out a short trailer showing off some of these games below.

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