So, we're almost a month and a half into 2022, and we're already seeing a few comments cropping up about the quality of Xbox Game Pass this year — both positive and negative. In our opinion, it's been a fantastic 40+ days so far for the service, with some major titles entering the library, but not everyone is going to be in agreement.
Let's remind ourselves what's joined Game Pass in 2022 so far. In terms of major games, Mass Effect Legendary Edition joined via EA Play on January 6th, Death's Door, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction and Hitman Trilogy all arrived on the service on January 20th, and CrossfireX's "Operation Catalyst" campaign was supposed to release with Game Pass on February 10th, but it ran into a major glitch that's still being fixed.
Elsewhere, we've also seen a variety of highly-regarded indies such as Embr, The Pedestrian, Outer Wilds, Nobody Saves The World, Windjammers 2, Contrast, Telling Lies and much more arrive on Game Pass throughout January and early February.
If you want to remind yourself of the full list, you'll find it elsewhere on Pure Xbox:
With all of this in mind, we're keen to know how you feel Xbox Game Pass has been so far in 2022, and what grade you'd give the selection of titles so far. Impressed or disappointed? Let us know down in the comments below.