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Xbox Game Pass gets this gorgeous-looking RPG you can play right now

Xbox Game Pass subscribers can now dive into the unique and beautifully hand-drawn RPG Indivisible once more.

Xbox Game Pass Indivisible: A diagonally split image with gameplay on the left showing the character running and the right side showing a closer view of the feminine character, Anja.

The Xbox Game Pass library is always getting bigger, with an army of new games added to the service each and every month. As February’s penultimate new arrival on Xbox’s subscription, the creative and stunning hand-drawn RPG Indivisible is too good to pass up.

Available today on Xbox Game Pass on Xbox, PC, and Cloud platforms, Indivisible is quite deserving of being one of the best RPG games and platformers thanks to its unique half-real-time, half-turn-based combat system and great characters. Of course, its impeccable hand-drawn graphics are certainly a big part of the overall package. Indivisible is beautiful and its varied environments will keep you gawking at the screen constantly. Following the rebellious Anja on a quest to save the world, if you’re looking for an RPG with a twist, including some elements from the best Metroidvania games, then it’s certainly worth checking out.

Interestingly, this isn’t the first time Indivisible has been included in a lineup of new Game Pass games. In fact, Indivisible was first added to the service in January 2021 before it eventually left, seemingly for good. Whether you missed it the first time round or couldn’t finish it, now’s your chance to give it a go. While the Razmi’s Challenges DLC pack is not included in the free Game Pass version, it is available for purchase if you just can’t get enough.

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Earlier this month, Game Pass subscribers were treated to Tales of Arise, Return to Grace, and Maneater among several other great titles in the Xbox Game Pass February 2024 games selection. Plus, after Indivisible, you’ll also be able to enjoy Space Engineers and Warhammer 40K: Boltgun before even more games are added.

In March, Game Pass subscribers will get one of the most important releases yet when Diablo 4 comes to Xbox Game Pass. Why? Because it’s the first of Activision Blizzard’s major titles to make the move since it was acquired by Microsoft, paving the way for new Call of Duty games getting on to Game Pass on day one in the future.

That’s not all the great news either, as Dead Island 2 unexpectedly arrived onto Xbox Game Pass just last week. With no prior announcement, fans were understandably confused – though the zombie-slaying romp has been going down a treat.

If you’re looking to make the most of your subscription, take a look at the best Xbox Game Pass games you can play right now, as well as all the new Xbox games you can sink your teeth into soon.