Xbox Game Pass subscribers, brace yourselves for some bad news. Seven games are set to leave the subscription service on April 1, 2023. The news came through a recent update for the Xbox Game Pass app and the Xbox Store.
The games leaving the service include Double Dragon Neon, Clustertruck, MLB The Show 22, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, Kraken Academy!!, A Memoir Blue, and Chinatown Detective Agency. Each of these titles has been popular with gamers, with many players taking advantage of the Game Pass service to access them.
- Double Dragon Neon
- MLB The Show 22
- Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid
- Kraken Academy!!
- A Memoir Blue
- Chinatown Detective Agency
Double Dragon Neon is a modern take on the classic side-scrolling beat-em-up genre. Meanwhile, Clustertruck is a physics-based platformer that tests the players’ skills in making their way across a series of treacherous levels. For baseball fans, the latest entry in the popular baseball simulation franchise, MLB The Show 22, is also set to leave the Game Pass service. However, it appears that this title will be replaced by the newest entry in the franchise, which has been confirmed to debut on Xbox Game Pass.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, on the other hand, brings together characters from across the Power Rangers universe in a fast-paced fighting game. As for indie game fans, Kraken Academy!!, A Memoir Blue and Chinatown Detective Agency are all critically acclaimed titles that have gained a following for their unique storytelling and immersive gameplay experiences.
Fans of these titles will want to make sure to play them before they leave Game Pass, as they may not have another chance to experience them through the service. With April 1st fast approaching, subscribers have limited time to enjoy these games before they’re gone.