A few more titles will be available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers on console this month, but some others will be leaving the service.
The constantly rotation of great games to play on Xbox Game Pass is one of the best things about it, but it is sometimes hard to see some of them disappear. Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, Resident Evil 4, Saint’s Row The Third, The Division and Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition will all soon be unavailable, but Game Pass members can buy these any of these titles to own for 20% off if you want to keep playing them once they’re gone.
On the bright side, we’re getting a few new gems to play.
A Plague Tale: Innocence is a great horror-tinged stealth game which is also arriving on Game Pass for PC this month. With a strong narrative and a thick, grim atmosphere, A Plage Tale has you escort young Amicia and her little brother Hugo through one of the darkest periods of human history.
Indivisible (from Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games) features a broad mix of gameplay styles, telling the story of a young girl called Ajna in her quest to save the world; action-strategy game Sea Salt casts you as a ancient god sent to blight human lands with cosmic monstrosities; and Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour is… well, it’s a pretty darn good fishing sim.
You can check out more details about new additions to Xbox Game Pass on the official Xbox website; as well as the latest updates, member benefits, quests and events.