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Xbox Game Pass: Games Leaving Game Pass In July 2020

Microsoft has revealed the list of games that will be leaving Xbox Game Pass in July 2020. The following games are confirmed to be a part of this list.

Every month, there is usually a list of games that are taken down from the service. They are kept for an undefined period of time and taken from the service once the time period ends. Since there is no way to know which of these games gets taken down from the service, the only way to find out is through the official update on Game Pass.

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Microsoft has finally shared the list of games that will be removed from service after announcing new ones that will be taking their place.

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The following games are confirmed to be removed from the service at the end of July.

Leaving July 15

  • Blazing Chrome (Console & PC)
  • Dead Rising 4 (Console & PC)
  • Metal Gear Solid V (Console and PC)
  • Timespinner (PC)
  • Unavowed (PC)
  • Undertale (PC)

Most of the games are for PC while some of them are for consoles. If you still haven’t played Undertale, don’t miss the chance to get it on PC when it is still available on Game Pass. Other games that are good to play are Metal Gear Solid V for PC and Xbox One, Blazing Chrome, and Dead Rising 4.

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If you have to play these games, the clock is ticking so better make sure to finish them before they are taken down from the service.

Of course, more games will be added in their place. The first batch of games has been revealed while additional games will be revealed in the coming days. If you are interested in a subscription for Xbox Game Pass, you can opt for either PC or Xbox One subscription or get both of them in an unlimited bundle.

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