Will Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty be on Xbox Game Pass?
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Will Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty be on Xbox Game Pass?

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Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is the newest RPG hitting the market when it releases on Friday, March 3. While the game does not appear to be open world, it will have some open world elements that give players freedom in how they complete missions and progress through levels. However, the main focus of the game is on its story, as it will deliver an action-packed adventure narrative that has a heavy focus on combat. For context, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is being developed by the same people behind Nioh and Bloodborne, so that should provide some insight into how the game will work. However, there are still some questions surrounding Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, such as whether it will be released on Xbox Game Pass or not.

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Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty on Xbox Game Pass

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This has become a popular question around any major game release in the modern era. With Xbox Game Pass being such a tremendous deal and featuring hundreds of games, fans have relied on it to provide them with their new releases. Fortunately for any subscribers of Xbox Game Pass, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will launch on the service on March 3.

This is terrific news for any Game Pass subscriber, as they will have access to the game the day that it releases. In addition to Game Pass, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will also be releasing on PC, PlayStation 4+5, and Xbox One and Series X|S. There is no Nintendo Switch release planned, so fans on that console will likely be out of luck.

If players are planning to buy the game on PC, they can do so via Steam. They can also check out the game’s Steam page to see the minimum and recommended PC requirements, which will determine whether they can play the game or not/what graphics settings they can use.

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