May 20, 2024

We’re about midway by April, which suggests one other wave of titles is up for grabs for Xbox Sport Move subscribers. You’ve received a hockey sim, a JRPG, a tower protection action-strategy sport, and extra, in addition to that hilariously foolish crustacean Soulslike. It’s a fairly good month, to be trustworthy, as there’s slightly one thing for everybody right here.

Let’s kick issues off with what’s obtainable proper now. The adorably handcrafted point-and-click journey sport Harold Halibut is yours to obtain with an energetic Xbox Sport Move subscription. The debut title from developer Gradual Bros., Harold Halibut follows the titular character as he seeks to outline “house” for himself. Sadly, Kotaku workers author Willa Rowe discovered it underwhelming, saying in her overview that the handcrafted visuals are gorgeous however the characters and gameplay depart one thing to be desired. Nonetheless, Harold Halibut is value a shot.

Transferring onto what’s coming within the subsequent handful of days, you’ve received tower protection technique sport Orcs Should Die! 3 on April 17, EA Sports activities’ hockey sim NHL 24 on April 18, turn-based JRPG (and non secular successor to Suikoden) Eiyuden Chronicles: Hundred Heroes on April 23, medieval metropolis builder Manor Lords on April 26, and 2D Metroidvania Have a Good Demise on April 30, which ought to fill that Hole Knight: Silksong-shaped gap in your coronary heart. There are additionally three extra video games for Xbox Sport Move Core members: Deep Rock Galactic, Superhot: Thoughts Management Delete, and Wreckfest, all obtainable on April 23.

In my eyes, although, the headliner of the bunch is One other Crab’s Treasure, that wacky arthropod Soulslike by Going Underneath developer Aggro Crab. You would possibly bear in mind this sport from an October 2023 TikTok through which a participant pulls out a gat to bust a cap in a troublesome boss. Yeah, it’s that sport. It’s coming to Xbox Sport Move on April 25, which sucks for me as a result of that’s proper across the time that Stellar Blade, my newest love, comes out.

As is customary when new choices arrive, some should additionally depart. Six video games are leaving Xbox Sport Move on April 30, together with first-person zombie survival shooter 7 Days to Die, physics-building simulator Besiege, EA Sports activities’ NHL 22, the superb Soulslike dungeon crawler Loot River, the informal indie puzzler Pikuniku, and Cococucumber’s action-adventure RPG Ravenlok.

You possibly can examine the complete listing of titles coming to Xbox Sport Move beneath.

Xbox Sport Move Choices April 2024


  • Harold Halibut (Cloud, PC, and Xbox Collection X|S) — Obtainable now
  • Orcs Should Die! 3 (Cloud, Console, and PC) — April 17
  • EA Sports activities NHL 24 (Console) EA Play — April 18
  • Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes (Cloud, Console, and PC) — April 23
  • One other Crab’s Treasure (Cloud, Console, and PC) — April 25
  • Manor Lords (Sport Preview) (PC) — April 26
  • Have A Good Demise (Cloud, Console, and PC) — April 30


  • 7 Days to Die (Cloud, Console, and PC) — April 30
  • Besiege (Cloud, Console, and PC) — April 30
  • EA Sports activities NHL 22 (Console) — April 30
  • Loot River (Cloud, Console, and PC) — April 30
  • Pikuniku (Cloud, Console, and PC) — April 30
  • Ravenlok (Cloud, Console, and PC) — April 30
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