A new game arrives on Xbox Game Pass today, and it’s one of the forerunners of the best co-op game ever.


Tomorrow marks the end of the first fortnight of May 2024, although we won’t have to wait until then to receive the last game that will join the Xbox Game Pass catalog during these two weeks. In fact, it is foreseeable that today, or tomorrow at the latest, we will receive the announcement of the new games that will be available on the service from the next 15 days, among which will highlight the presence of Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2.

However, the important thing now is to talk about the novelty that we can enjoy today, because in the coming hours a new game will arrive on Xbox Game Pass. The game that will join the service’s catalog today will be none other than Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, the first cooperative game directed by Josef Fares, creator of the award-winning It Takes Two, which offers an ideal experience to play together.

Hoy llega un nuevo juego a Xbox Game Pass, y es uno de los precursores del mejor juego cooperativo de la historia

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons stars new game coming to Xbox Game Pass

Although rumors pointed to the possibility that it would be the remake of the game that would join the service, the truth is that the arrival of a new game to Xbox Game Pass will finally star the original title, which hit the market in 2013. However, and despite the fact that we will not have the graphical evolution that the remake has meant, the truth is that Brother: A Tale of Two Sons is still a very enjoyable game, especially for the fantastic artistic design it offers.

As we said, it was the precursor to games like It Takes Two or A Way Out, all of them also directed by Josef Fares. While in the two aforementioned games we have to take control of a marriage in low hours and a couple of prisoners trying to escape from jail, in this installment we will embody two brothers, who must make a journey after they were victims of a misfortune. It is a game really recommended if we want to spend a cooperative experience with another person, and also has the advantage of being a fairly short game, to finish it in an afternoon.