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Xbox Game Pass to Add Grand Theft Auto 5, Zombie Army 4 and More

A fresh new lineup of Xbox Game Pass is adding Grand Theft Auto V, MLB: The Show 21, Zombie Army 4 and more for April 2021. Xbox Game Pass to Add Grand Theft Auto 5, Zombie Army 4 and More A week into April 2021 and Microsoft takes no time announcing a brand-new lineup of games for Xbox Game Pass subscribers that are arriving on Android , PC and Xbox family of current as well as next-gen consoles, starting from April 8. A returning fan-favorite and one of the best-selling games of all time, 2013 action-adventure game Grand Theft Auto V by developer/publisher Rockstar Games takes you to explore criminal underworld of San Andreas and take part in heists. RELATED: PlayStation Now Adds Borderlands 3, Marvel's Avengers and More GTAV already joined Xbox Game Pass for consoles last year and was available on service for less than six months. Rockstar Games is bringing back one of their greatest hits for players on cloud and Xbox console platforms in less than a day. Then make a st

PlayStation Now Adds Borderlands 3, Marvel's Avengers and More

Sony announces to add Borderlands 3, Marvel's Avengers and The Long Dark in April lineup for PlayStation Now. PlayStation Now Adds Borderlands 3, Marvel's Avengers and More In a follow-up to next-gen console launch, Sony Interactive Entertainment is trying to improve online services like PlayStation Now and PlayStation Plus , offering special incentives to players who own a PlayStation 5  in recent months. Newest lineup of PS Now cloud streaming service includes Borderlands 3 , Marvel's Avengers and The Long Dark for all active subscribers on April 2021, also available on newer generation of consoles via backward compatibility feature. RELATED: Resident Evil 9 Reportedly in Works Since 2018 Return to a life of mayhem as a new group of Vault Hunters in first-person shooter Borderlands 3 and start blasting your way though Pandora as Gearbox Software brings back original looter- shooter elements of BL series and loads of guns. Experience an epic adventure of World'

Outriders Dev Promises to Explain Server Crash

People Can Fly team has promised to explain reasons behind recent server issues of Outriders at launch. Outriders Dev Promises to Explain Server Crash One of the highly-anticipated releases of 2021, third-person shooter Outriders from developer People Can Fly and publisher Square Enix has debuted across all major platforms lately, only to face with unexpected server issues at launch. Earlier this week, players were having trouble connecting and Outriders dev team was forced to take down servers temporarily. People Can Fly has yet to share what caused this mess and they promised to address this issue once they fix it. RELATED: PlayStation Plus Free Games for April 2021 Outriders servers were taken down for maintenance due players been reporting of connectivity issues that they were facing earlier. Moreover, some people have faced trouble regarding cross-play functionality between different platforms. People Can Fly apologized to fans for any inconvenience and attempts to fix what