February has practically wrapped up, which suggests we’re quickly set to start out listening to about which video games will probably be heading to Xbox Sport Go within the month of March. And whereas we’d nonetheless be a number of extra days out from studying in regards to the extra intensive slate heading to the service within the coming month, we now know one title that may be a part of the service fairly quickly.
On the official Xbox Sport Go Twitter account at present, it was revealed that Madden NFL 21 is about to hit the platform within the first week of March. The most recent installment within the ever-popular soccer sequence will land on March 2 and will probably be coming to each console and PC. So whether or not you’re taking part in on Xbox Sequence X, Xbox One, or PC, you’ll have the ability to achieve entry for your self.
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— Xbox Sport Go (@XboxGamePass) February 22, 2021
That being stated, there’s one main caveat with Madden 21’s addition to Xbox Sport Go. The sport is being introduced onto the service by way of EA Play, which is simply accessible to those that are subscribed to Xbox Sport Go Final. So for those who aren’t subscribed to the upper tier of the service, you gained’t have the ability to obtain Madden 21 for your self.
As talked about beforehand, maybe the most effective a part of Madden NFL 21’s addition to Sport Go for some gamers is that will probably be absolutely optimized for Xbox Sequence X and S. EA truly launched a next-gen improve patch for the sport final yr that means that the model will probably be a bit higher than the usual Xbox One iteration. Total, it is good to see extra next-gen video games are slowly heading to Sport Go within the months following the discharge of the 2 new Xbox consoles.
So what do you consider this primary addition to Xbox Sport Go for the month of March? Let me know your ideas both down within the feedback or over on Twitter at @MooreMan12.