Here Are The Games Leaving Xbox Game Pass In February 2024
A total of 2 games will be leaving Xbox Game Pass by the middle of February, 2024. This includes Opus: Echo of Starsong.
Microsoft has updated the official store listings for Xbox Game Pass, and now we have a list of the games that are confirmed to leave the service soon.
Leaving Xbox Game Pass In February 2024
The following games are set to leave Xbox Game Pass on February 15, 2024:
- Opus: Echo of Starsong (Console/PC)
- Galactic Civilizations III (PC)
As always, this is your chance to show the above games some love before they make their exit from the subscription service. Subscribers who are interested in keeping any of these games can use their membership discount to save up to 20% on their purchase.
Opus: Echo of Starsong is a side-scrolling adventure game with a strong emphasis on narrative, puzzles, and exploration. Developed by the independent Taiwanese studio SIGONO, it serves as the third installment in the Opus series, succeeding Opus: The Day We Found Earth and Opus: Rocket of Whispers. The game received positive reviews upon its initial release for macOS and Windows on September 1, 2021. An upgraded version named Opus: Echo of Starsong – Full Bloom Edition, featuring voice acting, became available for Nintendo Switch on May 11, 2022. Subsequent updates were released for macOS and Windows on May 19, 2022, and for Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S through Xbox Game Pass on August 25, 2022. Additionally, a mobile version for iOS was launched on November 17, 2022.
Meanwhile, Galactic Civilizations III is a turn-based strategy video game belonging to the 4X genre, developed by Stardock for Microsoft Windows. As a sequel to Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords from 2006, the full version of Galactic Civilizations III was officially released in May 2015. The first expansion, titled Mercenaries, followed in February 2016. Stardock’s announcement in October 2013 marked the initiation of Galactic Civilizations III’s development. A pre-release version was introduced on Steam in March 2014, allowing players to engage with the game during its developmental stages. This installment notably introduced multiplayer functionality and adopted hex-based game tiles, distinguishing it within the series.