Thursday, June 20, 2024

here are the games to be removed in the coming weeks


While we are still waiting for the announcement of new games Xbox Game Pass From the second half of February, we know the identity of the games that will leave us in the coming weeks.

The Xbox Game Pass catalog, as you may already know, is dynamic, and from time to time we are forced to say goodbye to some games. As has been known for several weeks, today February 15, De Blob (Console) and Ninja Gaiden II (Console) will be eliminated, while tomorrow February 16 it will be the turn of World of Horror (PC Game Preview) and Shadows of the Damned (EA Play / Console). Well, thanks to an update to the official Xbox Game Pass app, we found out that the following games will also be removed at the end of February:

  • Dirt 4 (Console)
  • Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight (Console and PC)
  • Oxenfree (console and PC)
  • The Jackbox Party Pack 4 (Console)
  • Vambrace: Cold Soul (console and PC)
  • Mother Russia bleeds (PC)

If you are playing any of the aforementioned titles, we recommend that you finish them as soon as possible or take advantage of the discount reserved for subscribers to buy the full versions. We take this opportunity to remind you that in recent days games like Jurassic World Evolution (Android & Console), Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age (Console & PC), Project Winter (Cloud, Console & PC) and The Falconeer (Cloud, Console and PC) .

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