Xbox Game Pass loses some unmissable games in April
Don’t miss these titles before they’re gone on April 15th!
Xbox Game Pass says hello to some new titles and Sayonara to some old ones, as it happens every month. While some of the upcoming titles are exciting, like Loop Hero and Ghostwire: Tokyo, according to the latest Xbox blog post, there are some big games leaving the service on April 15th.
Life is Strange: True Colors is an emotional adventure based on the story by Alex Chen that will no longer be available on Game Pass after April 15th. Alex has the incredibly well thought out power of empathy, and the journey it takes them on is something everyone should explore.
The indie hit Moonglow Bay is also leaving Game Pass. The premise of the game is to fish and sell your catches to Moonglow Bay as your late partner wanted you to. It’s the perfect comfort title that’s easy and quick to enjoy and has an adorable visual style that just screams cozy.
One of the more interesting titles that deviate from Xbox Game Pass is Rainbox Six Extraction. Ubisoft’s PvE title seems like a perfect fit for the subscription service, but Xbox is making room for new experiences like the upcoming Minecraft Legends, coming April 18th.
The other games leaving Xbox Game Pass are Panzer Corps 2, The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk, The Long Dark and The Riftbreaker. Remember that every game in Xbox Game Pass can be purchased at 20% off, so take advantage and grab any soon-to-be-expiring game before April 15th!
Here’s the full list of games coming to Xbox Game Pass in the first half of April:
- Loop Hero (Console and PC) – April 4th
- Iron Brigade (Cloud and Console) – April 6th
- Ghostwire: Tokyo (Cloud, Console and PC) – April 12th
- NHL 23 (Console) EA Play – April 13th
- Minecraft Legends (Cloud, Console and PC) – April 18th
What do you think of the additions to Game Pass and will you try to sneak into any of the games coming out on April 15th? Let us know below in the comments.
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