After Among Us, Game Pass PC gets another social deduction game in January – PCGamesN

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January 7, 2021 Project Winter has joined the list of games hitting Xbox Game Pass for PC in January.

Xbox Game Pass on PC has quietly become one of the best ways to play games on PC – its monthly subscription is a relatively small price to pay for an expanding library of games. This month, Game Pass will be adding several new titles to its PC offerings, although you won’t see much in the way of recent blockbusters.

Today, the devs behind Project Winter have announced that it’ll hit Game pass for both PC and console – with cross-play – on January 26. If you’ve played games like Among Us (which also recently hit Game Pass), you know the drill. A group of players is trying to escape a deadly situation, and some members of the party are secretly trying to sabotage the effort and murder everyone else. Project Winter first launched in 2019, way ahead of the Among Us resurgence, and enjoys a big number of positive reviews on Steam.

At the top of the previously-announced heap is Injustice 2, the DC Comics-based fighting game that pits the likes of Gorilla Grodd against the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It arrives today, and it’s the game that saw Dominique ‘SonicFox’ McLean defeat Curtis ‘Rewind’ McCall in 2018’s Pro Series tournament, only to donate a quarter of his prize money

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