Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts is an action-adventure video game developed by Rare and published by Microsoft Game Studios. It is the fifth title of the Banjo-Kazooie series, it was released for the Xbox 360 worldwide in November 2008. This video game was developed on the idea of Banjo-Tooie, which marks the return of series antagonist Gruntilda, who plans to take over Spiral Mountain, and to defeat Gruntilda, the series protagonists Banjo and Kazooie must complete a set of vehicle-based challenges. The game mostly revolves around vehicle construction, in which the player must design custom vehicles including automobiles, motorbikes, boats, and airplanes to move forward in the game. The gameplay itself is centered on completing a series of challenges depending on the specific vehicle so if you as the player can get the vehicle right you can easily move forward or trust me it’s going to be very difficult.
Recent news brings in that Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, the black sheep of the franchise, will become part of the Xbox Game Pass this July 2021. Microsoft announced that a total of eight games will become available through their subscription service on or before July. But the major game out of all of them is Banjo-Kazooie, even the other games are really good and definitely interesting for all the Xbox users and will be really fun for all the gamers out there.
So I am sure that you all must be wondering about the lineup of games that are about to release this July in the Xbox series so why don’t I tell you about the lineup and not make you wait anymore. To begin with, the major game of all, Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, is going to be available with the subscription, and trust me this is one game I feel all gamers should have in their library. Secondly, Worms Rumble is a 2D royale cross-platform game that has a mixture of Worms with Battle Royale. In addition to that, there is the Iron Harvest and even the Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered which is a classic racing game. Then there is Proteus and the Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling and even Gang Beasts and lastly the Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars and Limbo.
In addition to the games, Xbox has also recently improved its iOS support for Xbox Game Pass by expanding its availability across Apple devices which can be now accessed through the Safari browser and then can be added to your home screen as a shortcut if you do not wish to download the app from the store. Xbox has also increased and made its frame rates better with better performance for all games on the cloud. So this ensures that players on slower connections may see improvements on their end in terms of visual quality and input lag.
So in conclusion Xbox is all prepared to keep our minds blown apart and with so many updates and the release of so many new games they have only one motive in mind and that is to increase their fan base and their number of buyers so that the company keep its growth rate and business in place and running even during these uncertain times and I must say this is a very good strategy for the company as they are successfully attracting more people towards itself.