Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate just lost four games from the subscription service and is about to lose six more soon. Across PC, Xbox One, Xbox One X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X, subscribers can no longer enjoy the following four games: Moving Out, Fractured Minds, Levelhead, and For the King. Admittedly, nothing major has departed the subscription service, with the most notable game probably being For the King, a strategic RPG that blends tabletop and roguelike elements and that debuted back in 2018 via IronOak Games and Curve Digital.
That said, while this week's departures aren't very substantial, the games leaving later this month are. On May 15, Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate are losing six more games or, more specifically, the following six games: Alan Wake, Final Fantasy IX, Hotline Miami, Battlefleet Gothic Armada 2, Plebby Quest: The Crusades, and Dungeon of the Endless.
As always, it's unclear when and if any of these games will return. While it's not often games leave only to return at a later date, it does happen. However, even if this happens, it won't be anytime soon.
- Fractured Minds
- Moving Out
- For the King
- Alan Wake
- Hotline Miami
- Final Fantasy IX
- Plebby Quest: The Crusades
- Dungeon of the Endless
- Battlefleet Gothic Armada 2
As long as the six games above are available via Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass, each is also available to purchase with a discount if you want to continue to play any of them after they leave the subscription service behind.
Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate are available via the PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S for $10 and $15 a month, respectively. For more coverage on all things gaming -- including all of the latest news, rumors, and leaks -- click here or check out the relevant links below:
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