Two Point Hospital, Wasteland Remastered, and Yakuza 0 launch on Xbox Game Pass

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What you need to know

  • Two Point Hospital is a hilarious hospital simulator from Sega.
  • Wasteland Remastered is an upgraded version of the cult classic from back in the day.
  • Yakuza 0 is the third-person action game that was previously a PlayStation exclusive.
  • All three titles are now available through Xbox Game Pass.

Today, three highly anticipated games launched on Xbox Game Pass. For those unfamiliar with the service, it's a game subscription service that gives you access to hundreds of games for $10 a month. You can even bundle Xbox Game Pass for PC, Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One, and Xbox Live Gold together for $15 a month.

Two Point Hospital is a hilarious hospital simulator and Wasteland Remastered is an updated form of the cult classic back in the day. However, the third-person action game Yakuza 0 is the star of the show. All three titles deserve your attention because they're highly polished experiences.

Two Point Hospital

The hit hospital building management sim comes to console for the first time! BUILD, CURE and IMPROVE: Design stunning hospitals, decorate them as you like, cure very unusual illnesses and manage troublesome staff!

Wasteland Remastered

The RPG classic rises from the nuclear ashes! Wasteland Remastered is an overhaul of the 1988 title that brought the post-apocalypse to video games. Bring law to a lawless future or burn everything to the ground with full freedom of choice and consequence. See where the Wasteland series began and experience the character and world the sequels are built on.

Yakuza 0

Sega's legendary Japanese series finally comes to Xbox One. Fight like hell through Tokyo and Osaka as junior yakuza Kiryu and Majima. Take a front-row seat to 1980's life in Japan in an experience unlike anything else in video gaming.

Which game are you interested in? Will you play all of them? Let us know.

Asher Madan

Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.