This is your regular reminder that whilst Xbox Game Pass provides a ton of games for subscribers to download and enjoy, some of them aren’t safe from the chop. At the end of November, a fair few titles are vacating the scheme, but would you like to know which ones they are?
A couple of decent offerings disappeared in October, with the frantic and immensely addictive shoot ‘em up Sky Force Anniversary leading to the way. You can’t help but feel that amongst the seven games leaving the service this month, some will have much more of an impact. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is a prime example as it delivers such a wonderfully emotional story without words, alongside some great puzzling gameplay – most of you will have played it, however those who haven’t, just try it. And if it’s emotional depth you desire, don’t overlook another game that’s going, This War of Mine: The Little Ones. Expect a dark insight into the nature of war in that one.
The following games listed below are set to leave Xbox Game Pass on 30th November:
- Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons – Xbox One
- Casey Powell Lacrosse 16 – Xbox One
- Resident Evil 0 – Xbox One
- Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter – Xbox One
- The Technomancer – Xbox One
- This War of Mine: The Little Ones – Xbox One
- MEGA MAN 10 – Xbox 360
That means you’ve got just over a week to get downloading them and delve into those games tempting you in for a quick go, but don’t forget that if you want to keep playing them beyond the date of removal, there’s a 20% discount on their usual purchase price to take advantage of until that occurs.
What do you think about the titles being removed from Xbox Game Pass this month? Are you going to give any of them a quick blast before they disappear? Which games should replace them in December? Get in touch via social media or the comments below and let us know!