Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, Microsoft Game Pass Now Includes Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty

Wo Long Fallen Dynasty

What is The Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty? Team Ninja, the creators of Nioh, Ninja Gaiden, and Dead Or Alive, is hard at work on Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, the upcoming action role-playing game for PC that is similar to Souls.

Since it was introduced in June 2022, Wo Long has been on our radar. With its big boss battles and fantasy China during the Three Kingdoms era, there is a lot of interest in whether or not this RPG can separate from the competition and become a breakout hit in 2023.

The most recent Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty news and information is here. We’ll discuss the Wo Long release date, platforms, and pre-order details before delving into the setting, plot, and Microsoft Game Pass now includes Wo Long.

Wo Long: Release Date For “Fallen Dynasty”

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will be simultaneously published on March 3, 2023, for the PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. It is one of a decreasingly tiny number of games whose release date hasn’t been altered in any way since it was first announced.

Trailer for Wo Long’s Fallen Dynasty

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty’s most recent teaser, which includes 10 minutes of all-new gameplay, can be seen above as part of IGN First’s first look at the game. The protagonist battles swarms of fiery red hedgehogs and a boulder-throwing lizard boss.

The following set of links will take you to pages that provide information on when several other games are:

Here is a second trailer that shows tips from the developers on how to get the maximum enjoyment out of the game. For more trailers, go to the Team Ninja YouTube channel.

Microsoft Game Pass Now Includes Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty

Microsoft Game Pass Now Includes Wo Long Fallen Dynasty

Updates for Xbox Game Pass follow an odd timetable. The most recent update lists the games available on the service in the last few days of February and the first few days of March. This update is highly brief and only covers four games. But one of those games is the brand-new Game Pass release Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty.

The other games in the upgrade weren’t released right away. Merge & Blade, an auto-battle puzzler, Soul Hackers 2, a cyberpunk role-playing game; and F1 22 are a few of these. These all debut on Game Pass on February 28.

On March 3, the service will introduce Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, a fantasy Souls-like game set in ancient China. This announcement co-occurs when the Game Pass-exclusive Shooter Atomic Heart launches, despite not being on the release schedule.

Even though the update was brief, Xbox also disclosed that several games would be leaving the service on February 28. Included in this list are Octopath Traveler, Crown Trick, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Far: Shifting Tides, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, and Alien: Isolation. Far: Shifting Tides debuted on Game Pass on its first day one year ago.

In the debate around the Microsoft-Activision Blizzard deal, Xbox Game Pass is still a heated topic. The integration of Microsoft’s PC game store with Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service was unveiled today.

The UK Competition and Markets Authority reportedly claimed that Microsoft would restrict games to its cloud gaming service, Game Pass, which is why there has been a change. Game Pass doesn’t seem integrated, although GeForce Now customers can access PC games bought from the Windows Store.

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