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Games Leaving Xbox Game Pass In May For PC and Consoles

There are many new games that will be added to Game Pass, and some will leave the subscription service. Here’s what’s leaving Xbox Game Pass in May.

Microsoft has yet to announce the list of games that will be added to the Xbox Game Pass subscription service in May but thanks to the store update, we do know the list of games that will be leaving Game Pass at the end of May.

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The following list of games is confirmed to depart from the Game Pass subscription service at the end of May 2020.

  • DOOM
  • Mega Man Legacy Collection 2
  • Metal Gear Survive
  • The Banner Saga
  • The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Two of these are published by Bethesda Softworks. If you want to play the first DOOM before jumping into DOOM Eternal, this might be a good time to check it out through Game Pass. Similarly, Wolfenstein II was a great sequel to an amazing reboot. It is an excellent first-person shooter if you want to check it out, now is the time to do it.

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Aside from these games, there is a Lego Ninjago video game and Meal Gear Survive, that was critically panned but admittedly somewhat fun if you are a fan of the series. Those who are into Mega Man can enjoy the Legacy Collection volume 2 which should take too long to complete. The Banner Saga is good for fans of strategy games.

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Microsoft should share an update later this month to confirm the games that will be added to Game Pass subscription service, so keep an eye out for it. One of the major games confirmed for May is Red Dead Redemption 2.

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