Xbox Game Pass Losing These 7 Games Soon

Say goodbye.


As it does each month, Microsoft removes titles from the Xbox Game Pass library. The next wave of removals has now been announced, and there are seven titles headed out on April 15.

Of note, Microsoft's own console exclusive, Quantum Break, is not among the list of titles set for removal despite the game appearing in the "Leaving Soon" section of the Xbox Game Pass app. GameSpot is currently attempting to understand what it happening with Quantum Break.

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As for games that are confirmed to be leaving Game Pass soon, subscribers have until April 15 to play Life is Strange: True Colors, Moonglow Bay, Panzer Corps, and Rainbow Six Extraction. The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk, The Long Dark, and The Riftbreaker also leave Game Pass that day.

As usual, Game Pass members save 20% on all games when buying them outright, so that's a silver lining for anyone who wants to keep playing any of these titles when they leave the catalog.

In terms of new titles arriving on Game Pass in April, the first wave of new additions include Loop Hero (out now), as well as upcoming releases such as Iron Brigade (April 6), Ghostwire: Tokyo (April 12), NHL 23 (April 13), and Minecraft Legends (April 18). Microsoft usually announces two waves of additions and removals from Game Pass in a given month, so keep checking back for more.

Leaving April 15

  • Life is Strange: True Colors -- console, cloud, PC
  • Moonglow Bay -- console, cloud, PC
  • Panzer Corps II -- PC
  • Rainbow Six Extraction -- console, cloud, PC
  • The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk -- console, cloud, PC
  • The Long Dark -- console, cloud, PC
  • The Riftbreaker -- console, cloud, PC

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