Xbox Game Pass Subscribers to Lose Five Amazing Games At the End of April

Xbox Game Pass Subscribers to Lose Five Amazing Games
Xbox Game Pass Subscribers to Lose Five Amazing Games

Xbox Game Pass subscribers will lose their top beloved games at the end of April. As we enter into May, many strong additions to Game Pass will soon hit the Microsoft subscription platform within the coming month.

However, before new games are about to ground on Xbox Game Pass, they’ll come at the cost of some notable removal. For this, you can check our Guide: Xbox Game Pass April 2023 Additions Exposed

At the start of May, Xbox Game Pass will lose five total games from publishers, including Square Enix, THQ Nordic, and Enhance. Possibly the most prominent game of the bunch that is leaving Game Pass is Dragon Quest Builders 2, which is a greatly applauded spin-off in the mega-popular Dragon Quest Series. Apart from Dragon Quest Builder 2, Game Pass embers will also encounter Tetris game, a recently-released remake, and a famous indie title, all exciting the platform roughly two weeks from today.

Here is a list of games that will soon depart from the Xbox Game Pass:

  • Dragon Quest Builders 2
  • Unsouled
  • Tetris Effect Connected
  • Destroy All Humans
  • Bugsnax

However, no single game on the list is disappointing to see depart Xbox Game Pass. Despite this, all of these titles are of quite a similar stature and quality, which almost makes their absence from Game Pass as a group even worse.

Further, if you really want to ensure that you don’t lose access to any of the games mentioned above before they disappear, you can purchase them outright for 20% off from their normal retail price while they’re still part of the Game Pass library. And make sure to check them before they end up becoming inaccessible.

However, users don’t have to be sad about removing the games. You can also encounter a few new additions to games such as Loop Hero, Everspace 2, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Iron Brigade, and others. Hence, Xbox Game Pass has a strong couple of weeks coming up and may be announced by the time April ends.

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