Empire of Sin Finally Arriving To Xbox Game Pass

Empire of Sin will be added to Xbox Game Pass next week, giving the service more content this month. Empire of Sin is a simulation/strategy game set during the Prohibition Era, in a gangster version of XCOM-style experience.

Empire of Sin’s aim is to become Chicago’s biggest gangster, which can be accomplished in various ways. Since the player is a crook, they are excluded from following the rules. This suggests that assassinating the opposition is possible, but political and economic alternatives for problems are also feasible choices.


The player assumes control of legendary gangsters from history, each with unique abilities and traits needed for victory. Empire of Sin was criticized when it first came out due to a slew of glitches and balancing problems, but many of these have since been resolved with updates.

March is also shaping up to be a big month for Xbox Game Pass users, with the addition of 20 Bethesda/id titles earlier this week. Empire of Sin, a new game for Xbox Game Pass, will be available on March 18th, according to Paradox Interactive’s announcement at its PDX Insider event.

For consoles and PC, Empire of Sin will be accessible via Xbox Game Pass. For the time being, it will not be available on Xbox Game Pass’s cloud edition. Empire of Sin’s creator announced that it has been listening to fan reviews and is working on even further patches for the title, including the removal of exploits in the game, as well as much-needed bug fixes and quality-of-life enhancements.


DLC content for Empire of Sin will be launched in the future. According to previous statements made by Empire of Sin’s developer, the DLC would most definitely be expanded to other areas of the country.

This month, Xbox Game Pass got a slew of high-profile titles, including games from the Doom, Fallout, and The Elder Scrolls franchises. The addition of Empire of Sin to Xbox Game Pass feels like a minor announcement, but strategy fans with Xbox Game Pass should certainly check it out, particularly now that many of the game’s early problems have been resolved.

Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc is a frantic writer, blogger, and ghostwriter. He quit his office job as an Applications Engineer for the love of writing. When he’s not working, he’s either playing with his PS4 or his 1-year old daughter.

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