The cross-play multiplayer survival horror title, Evil Dead: The Game, is finally here and pays some homage to the film franchise. Currently, it’s available on PC, Xbox One, Xbox X|S, PlayStation 4, and 5, with plans to release on Nintendo Switch at a later date. But what about Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now?
Game subscription services are booming nowadays and sometimes release day-one titles, especially in the case of Xbox Game Pass, which has 25 million subscribers. Even PlayStation Now is pumping its repertoire of games after its June revamp. With that in mind, fans might ask will Evil Dead: The Game be on Xbox Game Pass or PlayStation Now? We got the answer!
Is Evil Dead: The Game Coming to Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now?
As of writing, Evil Dead: The Game is not on Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now. You can purchase the game from their respective consoles online, and it’ll likely stay as a $40 game than become a part of a subscription service for now.
While it is an ideal game for either subscription service since it’s cross-play friendly and features multiplayer co-op, it may be gated from those services until sales come through. Evil Dead: The Game could show up on these services when the Castle Kandar DLC rolls around, possibly serving as a marketing strategy and a way to bring in new players, but alas, time will tell.
That’s everything you need to know to answer: will Evil Dead: The Game be on Xbox Game Pass or PlayStation Now? Be sure to check out the Twinfinite site for other Evil Dead: The Game guides, such as how to update character stats or how to unlock all survivors in the game.
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