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Xbox Game Pass added a new EA game

As part of their subscription, Xbox Game Pass users also have access to games from EA Play. This week, EA Play added randomly lost, and Xbox’s Larry Hyrb has confirmed it’s also available on Game Pass! The game was released last September on multiple platforms, receiving mostly good reviews. The beauty of Xbox Game Pass and EA Play is that both services give gamers the ability to experience titles they might not otherwise have. Considering the large number of games that tend to release in the fall, randomly lost might have flown under some players’ radar!

Hyrb announced randomly lostThe addition of Xbox Game Pass in the Tweet embedded below.

For those who don’t know randomly lost, it was developed by Zoink. A third-person action-adventure game, randomly lost also features RPG elements. The game puts players in the role of Even, as she must attempt to rescue her sister, Odd. To do this, Even must explore the realm of chance and its “six dark realms”. Each of these realms features arenas inspired by board games, where players will need to continually adapt their strategies. The game features a story written by award-winning Eisner comic book writer Ryan North as Marvel’s The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl.

randomly lost is available not only through Xbox Game Pass, but it can also be accessed through Cloud Gaming. As of this writing, more than 100 Cloud Gaming options allow users to play on mobile devices using touch controls, but it’s worth noting that randomly lost currently only supports one controller. Last month Xbox added touch support for a number of new games, so it’s possible this will happen for randomly lost at any given time, if there is enough demand. Readers interested in learning more about the game can check out’s official review here.

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