Control, an explosive and original action game developed by Remedy Entertainment for 505 Games, released in 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC (to then land on Nintendo Switch in October of this year), could soon be added to the Xbox Game Pass, available to all subscribers to the Microsoft service.
The rumor comes from an e-mail reported on Twitter, written by a certain Melissa McGamepass. In the email, Melissa recalls the imminent arrival of the EA Play service on PC, underlining that a mysterious game (hidden behind a “REDACTED”) will soon be available.
In naming this video game, the woman adds: “EA Play is coming to PC and we have a ton of games slated on top of that! We even included REDACTED, which our fans won’t stop mentioning (That’s why I sent you that .gif with the sinister red light).”
Melissa herself then advised those who received the email not to share the news in any way: “Keep all this confidential and don’t try anything cute (like screenshotting this e-mail and posting it to Twitter.” Needless to say, that’s exactly what happened!
Assuming the email is real, the user who decided to share this message has at least bothered to hide the name of the game. It is easy to assume, as the tweet (reported at the bottom of the news) that gave life to the rumor, that we are talking about Control coming to Xbox Game Pass.
The title of Remedy is undoubtedly characterized by massive use of the color red. Unfortunately, not being able to take a look at the gif that is mentioned in this alleged official e-mail, we can do nothing but wait for any official news about it, which could confirm or deny this indiscretion.
Before leaving you to tweet, we remind you that only the owners of the Ultimate Edition of Control, in the PlayStation 4 version, will be able to upgrade for free to the PlayStation 5 version.
Xbox Game Pass teasing Control coming to the service soon.https://t.co/ChXa26IjQI
— Gaming Leaks & Rumors (@GameLeaksRumors) November 29, 2020