Games Leaving Xbox Game Pass In March 2023: All Rumored and Confirmed Games
Microsoft has updated the list of games that are leaving Xbox Game Pass for both PC and Xbox consoles in the month of March, 2023.
The new games that are confirmed to leave Xbox Game Pass in March, 2023 include Alien Isolation, Crown Trick, Dragon Ball FighterZ, FAR: Changing Tides, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, and more.
Games Leaving Xbox Game Pass In March 2023
The list of games set to leave Xbox Game Pass during the month of March, 2023, can be seen below.
- Alien Isolation (PC/Xbox)
- Crown Trick (PC/Xbox)
- Dragon Ball FighterZ (PC/Xbox)
- FAR: Changing Tides (PC/Xbox)
- Madden NFL 21 (PC/Xbox)
- Octopath Traveler (PC/Xbox)
- Weird West (Xbox)
- Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (PC/Xbox)
- Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition (Xbox)
- Tainted Grail: Conquest (Xbox)
- Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Xbox)
- Young Souls (Xbox)
- Paradise Killer (Xbox)
- Tunic (Xbox)
- Shredders (Xbox)
- The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos – Chicken Edition (Xbox)
- Kraken Academy!! (Xbox)
- Zero Escape: The Nonary Games (Xbox)
- Crusader Kings III (Xbox)
- A Memoir Blue (Xbox)
- Norco (Xbox)
- F1 2020 (Xbox)
- Undertale (Xbox)
- Goat Simulator (Xbox)
As always, this is your chance to show the above games some love before they make their exit from the subscription service.
Alien: Isolation is a 2014 survival horror game developed by Creative Assembly and published by Sega for Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The game, which is based on the Alien movie series, follows engineer Amanda Ripley, the daughter of Alien star Ellen Ripley, as she looks into her mother’s disappearance aboard the space station Sevastopol. It is set 15 years after the events of the original 1979 film Alien. Once inside, Amanda finds that the station has become chaotic as a result of an alien creature that has escaped, and she needs to find a way out. The game’s focus is on stealth and survival horror gameplay, requiring the user to avoid, outwit, and fight enemies using weapons like a flamethrower and motion tracker.
The game was designed to resemble the original Alien film rather than its more action-oriented 1986 sequel Aliens, and features a similar lo-fi, 1970s vision of what the future could look like. Its engine is designed to work with the alien’s behaviour as well as technical features like lighting and atmospheric effects. Alien: Isolation was originally designed by Creative Assembly as a third-person game, but the team decided to switch over to first-person to heighten the tension.