Microsoft has confirmed five games leaving this Xbox Game Pass Subscription service on July 31st. Whenever Microsoft announces the new line of Xbox Game Pass games coming soon, it also mentions the games that are leaving the lineup.
Microsoft recently announced the new Xbox Game Pass games, which will be released in the second half of July 2023. This includes games of the first day Technonicawhich is now available in Early Access, and Venbawhich is scheduled to join the service on July 31. Since July 31st is the last day of the month, it’s also the last day that five games will be part of the Xbox Game Pass library.
July 31st is the last day Xbox Game Pass subscribers can play dream shaper, Expeditions: Rome, Marvel’s Avengers, The climbAnd Two Point Campus. Four of the five games are available on cloud, Xbox consoles and PC, so removing them will have a big impact. Expeditions: Rome is a game only available for PC Game Pass, but it has strong reviews and subscribers to this service will likely be sad when it is dropped from the lineup.
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Xbox Game Pass games launch on July 31st
- Dreamscaper (Cloud/Consoles/PC)
- Expeditions: Rome (PC)
- Marvel’s Avengers (Cloud/Consoles/PC)
- The Ascent (Cloud/Consoles/PC)
- Two Point Campus (Cloud/Consoles/PC)
Xbox Game Pass subscribers of another game may be sad when they are removed from the service dream shaper, an action roguelike game that received mostly positive reviews. It definitely flew under the radar, so Xbox Game Pass subscribers should make sure to play it through their subscription while they still have the chance. Those who try dream shaper Purchased through Xbox Game Pass and want to continue playing it after removal have the option to purchase it at a 20% discount while it’s still part of the Game Pass lineup.
Meanwhile, Xbox Game Pass subscribers who enjoy co-op gaming might be upset at the distance Marvel’s Avengers And The climb. Marvel’s Avengers It failed as a live service game, but there are still some strong elements that make it worth playing for hardcore Marvel fans, especially if they have a few friends to play with. The climbis an isometric cyberpunk action RPG that was a once-a-day Game Pass game, and while it received mixed reviews, it’s still a shame that it’s been removed from the Game Pass franchise.
Two Point Campus It was a very different day before a Game Pass game when it was first added to the subscription service, although it was received more positively than The climb. Regardless, Xbox Game Pass subscribers should make sure to try out all of these games at least a little to see if there’s anything they want to keep for their digital libraries.
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