Xbox Game Pass Is Adding Two of 2021’s Most Controversial Games

2021’s most controversial game is coming to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate next week, and joining it is apparently going to be another one of 2021’s most controversial games. More specifically, new leaks have revealed that come May 5, which is next Thursday, both Battlefield 2042 and FIFA 22 could be added to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate via EA Play, which means if you’re a standard Xbox Game Pass subscriber, you will not have access to these games, but according to those that have played these games, you’re not missing out on much.

The former is not just the most controversial game of last year, but up there with Cyberpunk 2077, No Man’s Sky, Star Wars Battlefront 2, and others as one of the most controversial games of the last generation. It was plagued with bugs and performance issues at launch and missing a ton of basic features and content from previous games. Unfortunately, for Battlefield fans, the game has yet to address all of the issues. Meanwhile, like Battlefield 2042, one quick look at the User Score for FIFA 22 over on Metacritic tells you all you need to know about what fans of the soccer sim series think about the game. 

Neither game has been confirmed for a May 5 addition, but both are reading as available on various foreign Xbox stores. In the past, when this has happened, said games were added proper not long after. Typically, EA games are added to EA Play roughly six months after their release, so this timing makes sense. Battlefield 2042 may be added a bit later than next week, but should be no later than next month. 

Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate are available via PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X for $10 and $15 a month, respectively, though if a new rumor is true, these price points may not be accurate for much longer.

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