Xbox Game Pass will lose 6 great games soon

Xbox Game Pass is about to lose six notable games very soon. Earlier this week, it was revealed that a series of new titles will soon come to the Xbox subscription platform in the coming weeks. However, as expected with Game Pass, great games often go with the same frequency with which they arrive. And while the service definitely wins new titles at a higher rate than you lose them, some of the games that will soon be left are very high profile.

Detailed on the Xbox Web site recently, it was said that six games in total will soon leave Xbox Game Pass. All these games in question are available in the service iterations for PC and console, which means that these losses will virtually affect all subscribers. In addition, most games come from AAA editors, which means they are a little more remarkable than many other titles that are part of Game Pass.

Here are the six games in question that will come out from Xbox Game Pass on February 15:

  • Control (Cloud, Console and PC)
  • _ Vena_code_ (Cloud, Console and PC)
  • Final Fantasy XII: The era of zodiac (console and PC)
  • The medium (cloud, console and PC)
  • Project Winter (Cloud, Console and PC)
  • The Cetrero (Cloud, Console and PC)

Xbox Game Pass Games Not To Miss

Of course, if it bothers you that any of these titles leave Xbox Game Pass in the near future, you can always choose to buy them directly to add them to your personal game library. One of the most discrete things of Xbox Game Pass is that it offers you a 20% discount on any title that is currently part of Game Pass. So, if you want to get any of these six games for a lower price than normal, you can buy them with a 20% discount from now until day 15.

How do you feel seeing that these six games in question leave Xbox Game Pass in just under two weeks? Are you going to try to complete any of them before they leave the service? Let me know your own thoughts about this news in the comments or contact me on Twitter in @ mooreman12.

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