The next set of Xbox Game Pass titles for January have been confirmed by Microsoft following a leak. As rumored, there are nine more games coming to the subscription service in January 2022.
Within this new wave comes two big Ubisoft titles, Rainbow Six Siege Deluxe Edition for PC and Rainbow Six Extraction for console, PC, and cloud. This could be the beginning of Ubisoft+ joining Game Pass, but that hasn’t been confirmed as of yet.
The first half of January 2022 was already a rather big timeframe for Xbox Game Pass, with Mass Effect: Legendary Edition and The Outer Wilds arriving to the membership.
You can check out the full list of new Game Pass additions below, with two of these titles already available–Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition and Nobody Saves The World. Of course, Microsoft also included a list of games leaving the service, which can also be seen below.
January 2022 Xbox Game Pass Additions
- Dangonronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition (console, PC, cloud)
- Nobody Saves The World (console, PC, cloud)
- Death’s Door (console, PC, cloud)
- The Hitman Trilogy (console, PC, cloud)
- Pupperazzi (console, PC, cloud)
- Rainbow Six Extraction (console, PC, cloud)
- Rainbow Six Siege Deluxe Edition (PC)
- Windjammers 2 (console, PC, cloud)
- Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master (console, PC)
Leaving Xbox Game Pass January 31st
- Cyber Shadow (console, PC, cloud)
- Nowhere Prophet (console, PC, cloud)
- Prison Architect (PC)
- Xeno Crisis (console, PC, cloud)