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Xbox Game Pass Loses 7 More Games Soon, Including Multiple Battlefield Games



Microsoft has announced the next wave of titles being removed from the Xbox Game Pass catalog, and it includes seven titles in all, three of which are Battlefield games.

Battlefield 1943, Battlefield: Bad Company, and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 are all leaving the catalog on November 30. These titles are available within the EA Play library, and that subscription is part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Their removal is tied to the servers for each game going dark.

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Other removals in November include Anvil, Disc Room, Eastward, and Grid. You can see the full set of Game Pass removals below. As usual, members can purchase any Game Pass title and score a 20% off discount.

This follows the removal of nine titles from the Game Pass library earlier in November, bringing the total number of removals during the month to 16.

In terms of games being added to Game Pass in the second half of November, today, November 14, sees the release of Coral Island, while Persona 5 Tactica is launching into Game Pass on November 17. Dune: Spice Wars hits Game Pass on November 28 and Rollerdrome comes out the same day.

Xbox Game Pass removals for November 30

  • Anvil -- cloud, console, PC
  • Battlefield 1943 -- console
  • Battlefield: Bad Company -- console
  • Battlefield: Bad Company 2 -- console, PC
  • Disc Room -- cloud, console, PC
  • Eastward -- cloud, console, PC
  • Grid -- console

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