The Xbox Game Pass has Dirt 5, Killer Queen Black, Wreckfest, and more incoming while Microsoft has also just announced the Xbox Wireless Headset, which comes with some nifty features for those who game on both their computer and Xbox console.
What Games Are Coming to Xbox Game Pass?
- Code Vein is a souls-like RPG where players team up with their friends to unlock the past and escape a destroyed world. It's coming to PC on February 18.
- Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire – Ultimate Edition is the sequel to the award-winning RPG from Obsidian Entertainment. It's coming to Cloud and Console on February 18.
- Wreckfest is a car-destroying smashfest from Bugbear, who previously created FlatOut 1 & 2. It's out on Cloud, Console, and PC on February 18.
- Killer Queen Black is a strategic team platformer for up to 8 players where players can hop on a snail, hoard berries, or destroy the enemies queen to win. It's out on Cloud and Console on February 23.
- Dirt 5 is the latest from Codemasters in the off-road racing franchise. It's out on Cloud, Console, and PC on February 25.
- Elite Dangerous is a MMO space epic that has players taking control of a ship in a ruthless galaxy. It's out on Console on February 25.
- Superhot: Mind Control Delete is the third game in the slow-motion FPS Superhot franchise. It's out on PC on February 25.
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What's the Xbox Wireless Headset?
The Xbox Wireless Headset apparently features 'best-in-class' audio and chat performance that includes low latency and lossless sound. It includes Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos, and DTS Headphone: X, and should help players hear crucial sounds such as enemy footsteps in a high amount of clarity.
“We spent a lot of time in the audio testing chambers trying to characterize and understand how the headset reproduces audio in different room environments. It goes in your living room, game room, and dorm room and we want it to sound the best for all types of audio.” said Erik Garcia, Project Architect and Lead. “In the same way, the team studied game-play to ensure great sounding chat, sensitive mic to prevent background noise.”
The microphone has voice isolation so that it'll pick up your voice rather than the background ambient noise that are ever-present in gaming lobbies. There's also an auto-mute function to keep your chat clear and a manual mute button if that isn't to your fancy. The headset also connects across multiple devices that includes the Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows 10 PCs. You can connect the headset to both your phone and Xbox at the same time, so you can chat on Discord while pwning noobs online.
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