Are you an avid Xbox Game Pass subscriber? If so, then you may want to brace yourself for some bad news. According to an announcement on the official Xbox Game Pass website, eight games will be removed from the service in mid-March. Unfortunately, this list includes some recognized titles that gamers may not want to miss.
Among the games set to be removed from the Microsoft subscription service is Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, a production from Eidos Montreal that has gained a lot of popularity among gamers.
It’s safe to say that many players will be disappointed by its removal. Other games that are scheduled to disappear include F1 2020, Goat Simulator, and Paradise Killer.
But that’s not all. Two independent productions that received great reviews from both the industry and the players themselves will also vanish from the Xbox Game Pass in the middle of March. These include Undertale and Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition.
As a Microsoft subscriber, you may be wondering if it’s worth playing these games before they’re gone. If so, you may want to act fast and make the most of your remaining time with these titles.
The full list of games that will be removed from Xbox Game Pass on March 15th is as follows:
- F1 2020 (Xbox)
- Goat Simulator (Xbox consoles, cloud)
- Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition (Xbox, PC, Cloud)
- Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Xbox, PC, cloud)
- Paradise Killer (Xbox, PC, cloud)
- Undertale (Xbox consoles, cloud)
- Young Souls (Xbox, PC, Cloud)
- Zero Escape: The Nonary Games (Xbox, PC, cloud)
If you’re interested in any of these games, be sure to try them out before they disappear. As an Xbox Game Pass subscriber, you have access to a wide range of games, but unfortunately, some titles will come and go.
Keep an eye out for future announcements so you can stay on top of the latest games that are available to play.