This War of Mine Final Cut appears in the Microsoft Store with a publication date on May 10, triggers speculation and reports that it will be one of the free Xbox Game Pass May games.
The strategy play game of 11 bit studios is already present on consoles, with an expansion package called this War of Mine the Little Ones, which will be released on last generation consoles in 2016. Final Cut – which can already be played on the PC – contains all the content and DLCs of the game in one package. An entry for This War of Mine Final Cut was discovered in the Xbox Store today, with users to see an Xbox Game Pass symbol next to the game name in some countries. It now seems that this symbol has been removed from all store pages.
Also listed in the Xbox Store is the this War of Mine Complete Edition, which, although it currently costs more, apparently contains all previous content packages and DLC, just like Final Cut. Both versions have the same publication date, May 10th, and both descriptions claim that the game for the Xbox Series X | S and not for the Xbox One.
Apart from the above-mentioned The Little Ones expansion, no offers for any version of this War of Mine in the PlayStation Store are currently appearing, which could indicate that this will be a pure Xbox console version.
This War of Mine: Final Cut shows a game pass discount on some shop fronts
Is currently not displayed in the US Microsoft Store and is to be published in the USA on May 9, 2002: //t.co/umbghym1o1 https://t.co/ukf6v0x7ox
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Although it is not yet confirmed whether this War of Mine will reach the Xbox Game Pass if it starts in Series X | s next month, the evidence seems to indicate that this will most likely be the case.
If it is added to the service, it will come across other day-one supplements such as Sniper Elite 5 and Trek to Yomi in the MAI list.
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