Xbox has announced 7 games departing Game Pass Ultimate on the 30th of November. Three of those games are currently playable in the cloud. There aren’t many cloud games this time, but they still need to make room for the 3 new games coming over the next few weeks.
ANVIL is a multiplayer co-op top-down sci-fi roguelike action shooter where you control characters called Vault Breakers to explore various galaxies that are crawling with monsters. Find relics inside Vaults to increase Breaker’s ability to survive and fight on this godforsaken galaxy.
Are you ready to get sliced in half? The year is 2089 and a giant disc has appeared in orbit of Jupiter. Step into the oversized space suit of a brave scientist and explore this sprawling intergalactic slaughterhouse.
Welcome to the charming world of Eastward – population declining! Journey through a society on the brink of collapse. Discover delightful towns, strange creatures and even stranger people! Wield a trusty frying pan and mystic powers on an adventure into the unknown…
Battlefield 1943, Battlefield Bad Company, Battlefield Bad Company 2 and Grid are all leaving Game Pass Ultimate at the same time, however they are not playable in the cloud. The three Battlefield titles haven’t been available for purchase for a few months. They will now be removed from Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and EA Play before their online servers close next month. Rocket Arena is also leaving both Game Pass Ultimate and EA Play imminently.
While it’s always disappointing to see games leaving the Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Cloud Gaming library, it’s important to remember that new titles are regularly added to the service. Players can look forward to the arrival of exciting new games in the near future.
Players can also save up to 20% with your membership discount to keep these games in your library!