Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers on all platforms, or, more specifically, on Xbox One, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, have lost access to four games, none of which is one of the main ones AAA Games, but all who have their fans and who obtained scores in Metacritic in the 80s. In other words, although they are not the most notable outputs, it will be surprised. Of course, there is always the possibility that one or all came back in the future, but this is uncommon, and when it happens, it is usually larger games.
With the four games leaving the subscription service, subscribers have also lost their 20 percent discount when buying games directly and any related DLC, although, in this case, this last bit is not relevant since none of these games has DLC
Next, you can read more about each game and see images of each game, courtesy of official descriptions and official advances:
Hypnospace outlaw: «Hynnospace Outlaw is an Internet simulator of the 90s in which you explore the wide variety of harmful and wonderful Hynnospace websites to hunt the evildoers, while watching your inbox, Avoid viruses and adware, and download a lot of applications that may or may not be useful ».
Black Killer Queen: «A game of epic platform strategy for up to eight players online or locally. Play Killer Queen Black informally in fast games, increases the intensity in matches matched or invites friends to a private room. Easy to play, hard to dominate, fun for all! “
Touhou Luna Nights: «Touhou Luna Nights is a title of Metroidvania with a great emphasis on exploration and action. Developed by Team Ladybug, creators of multiple fantastic action games so far ».
Stealth Inc. 2: A set of clones: «In Stealth Inc 2, you play the role of a clone that escapes a sinister and high-tech test installation. Stealth Inc 2 tests both your brain and your reflections in more than 60 varied levels connected to each other in an expanding supramend ».
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