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The next Game Pass titles have been leaked, including Death’s Door and Taiko no Tatsujin

Xbox's next Game Pass line-up has apparently been revealed ahead of schedule after fans discovered a picture hosted on its official website.

According to the image, Death's Door and Taiko no Tatsujin: The DrumMaster will join the console and PC subscription service at some point this month along with Pupperazzi and WindJammers 2.

The image also shows the previously confirmed titles Danganronpa Anniversary Edition, Rainbow Six Extraction and Siege, Hitman Trilogy and Nobody Saves the World.

Microsoft is likely to announce specific dates for the new Game Pass titles in an official news post later on Tuesday. However, many of the titles are already dated earlier.

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It has already been confirmed that Rainbow Six Extraction will be released on Xbox Game Pass from January 20, which is the title's release date.

Rainbow Six Siege will also be made available with PC Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate from January 20th.

Nobody Saves the World, the latest game from Guacamelee developer Drinkbox Studios, launches on January 18 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and PC via Windows and Steam.

The Hitman Trilogy will be available digitally on January 20 and will be available on Xbox Series X / S, PS5, Xbox One, PS4, Epic Games Store and Steam.

Finally, the Anniversary Edition of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is available from today on Xbox and PC.

The first wave of titles coming to Xbox Game Pass for console, PC and Xbox Cloud Gaming in January 2022 includes Mass Effect: Legendary Edition (console, PC), Outer Wilds (Cloud, console, PC) and Spelunky 2 (console, pc).

The next Game Pass titles have been leaked, including Death's Door and Taiko no Tatsujin

Launched in June 2017, the Xbox Game Pass has become central to Microsoft's gaming business, attracting over 18 million subscribers as of January 2021, according to the latest publicly announced figures.

It gives members access to over 100 titles, including all first-party games at launch, for $ 10 / £ 8 per month on console or PC. For $ 15 / £ 11, users can access the games on console, PC and mobile devices, including via Xbox Cloud Gaming.

The value of the titles added to the Xbox Game Pass in 2021 reportedly exceeded $ 6,300.