What you need to know
- Xbox Game Pass is a game subscription service from Microsoft.
- Every month a number of titles join the service.
- In a few days, Metro Exodus and more will leave.
- You can purchase a code for Xbox Game Pass on Amazon (opens in new tab).
Every month, many games join Xbox Game Pass on Xbox One and PC. However, some titles leave, too. Today, the Xbox Game Pass Twitter account revealed that the following titles were joining the service.
- The Messenger (console)
- Streets of Rogue (console)
- Night Call (console)
- Observation (console and PC)
Out of all of these, we're really excited about The Messenger and Observation. They're great games you should try out.
A few days ago, we reported that a number of games are leaving Xbox Game Pass soon. Well, now we know that they're departing on June 30. You can take a look at the games leaving both Xbox Game Pass on Xbox One and PC below.
- Battlefleet Gothic: Armada (PC)
- Die for Valhalla! (PC)
- Life Is Strange 2 (console)
- Metal Slug X (console and PC)
- Metro Exodus (console and PC)
- Neon Chrome (console and PC)
- Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun (console and PC)
- SteamWorld Dig 2 (console and PC)
- The Flame in the Flood (console and PC)
Metro Exodus and SteamWorld Dig 2 will be missed the most because they're great experiences.
Play more games
It'll last you a couple of months
Xbox Game Pass gives you access to over 200 games for one monthly fee. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate also adds Xbox Live Gold to the package so you can play online with your friends.
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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
Player The Messenger when Game Pass PC released. I had heard good things. I couldn't get past the gameplay, too simple NES platforming. I already played NES games in the time and frankly most were crap compared to today's games. I fail to see the point in this fake nostalgia movement. Platformers are good, and a bit of retro graphics is nice, but a stiff, ugly looking jumping game like that one? I'd rather play Ori or any other modern platformer.
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