Whilst we love to report on all the good things coming to Xbox Game Pass, occasionally we must deliver some bad news. Today, that comes in the form of a selection of titles leaving game pass this month. Whilst the list length pales in comparison to what is being added, there are some major games leaving on November 30.
Hit indie titles Abzu, Below and Kingdom: Two Crowns are all leaving Game Pass on November 30. Below, from the developers of Super Time Force, launched day one in the service. It appears that launch deal was around a year, as Below released last December. If you were looking forward to jumping into the ocean depths of Abzu, Subnautica entered the service earlier this month.
Two larger games are also leaving on November 30. GRID 2 from Codemasters will leave the pit stop of Game Pass, alongside Strange Brigade, a fun co-op shooter from the team behind Sniper Elite. Of course, a new GRID just launched, which could be a factor behind GRID 2 leaving this month.
Thankfully, X019 brought news of a massive amount of games coming to the service this year and beyond. One of those games is The Witcher 3, which will drop in Game Pass in December.
You have until November 30 to try out Abzu, Below, GRID 2, Kingdom: Two Crowns and Strange Brigade.