A brand-new, day one addition to the Xbox Game Pass lineup on PC, cloud, and consoles is getting great reviews from critics.
New games are added to the Xbox Game Pass lineup all the time, but not all games are created equal. Some of the games added to Xbox Game Pass fail to live up to expectations, while other games really make the service worth it. One of the new games added to Xbox Game Pass recently falls into the latter category, earning strong reviews from critics.
Two Point Campus was added to the Xbox Game Pass lineup this past week, and it has so far earned great reviews from fans and critics alike. On review aggregate site MetaCritic, Two Point Campus has an 84 overall critic rating, with praise given to its fun management gameplay and sense of humor. It’s the second entry in the Two Point series of simulation games, following up on Two Point Hospital, which similarly earned strong reviews.
Both Two Point Campus and Two Point Hospital are readily available to play with an Xbox Game Pass subscription. And Two Point Campus can be played across consoles, the cloud, and PC, so Game Pass subscribers are able to check it out regardless of their platform of choice. It’s one of the higher-rated new game releases of the year, so fans of the simulation genre should definitely consider giving it a shot through their Game Pass subscription.
Two Point Campus Reviews
Two Point Hospital is just the latest highly-rated game to hit the Xbox Game Pass subscription service. Earlier this year, point-and-click adventure game NORCO launched as a day one title for PC Game Pass, and it’s notable for being one of the few games with a 90 or above rating to have released in 2022 so far. And looking ahead, it seems as though Xbox Game Pass subscribers have even more high quality games waiting for them in the near future.
Sam Barlow’s Immortality is launching as a day one Xbox Game Pass game on August 30, and while it only has one review so far, it’s very telling. Edge magazine, which has been published since the early 90s, has given Immortality a perfect 10/10 score. This is significant as Edge has only given 23 other games a perfect score, so it doesn’t just give out that kind of praise lightly. It remains to be seen what everyone else thinks about it, of course, but Immortality is already off to a great start.
There are a lot of great games to play on Xbox Game Pass, and it looks like the service isn’t slowing down any time soon.