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Xbox Game Pass Removing Six Titles Very Soon, See The List Here



From time to time, the Xbox Game Pass library loses titles based on deals Microsoft had in place with publishers, and that's happening again this month. Six titles are leaving Xbox Game Pass on May 15, including two Xbox One games and four backwards-compatible Xbox 360 titles, according to True Achievements.

Starting with Xbox One games, the Mega Man Legacy Collection and MotoGP 17 are leaving the Xbox Game Pass library on May 15. The Xbox 360 titles being removed on May 15 include Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, Ms. Splosion Man, and Comic Jumper.

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The official Xbox Game Pass FAQ page states that removed games will become unplayable (but not deleted from your hard drive) so if you're in the middle of any of the titles scheduled for removal, you may want to finish them now.

You can buy any of the expiring Xbox Game Pass titles outright for 20 percent off (or more), so that's also something to consider if you're eager to keep playing.

While six games are leaving Xbox Game Pass this month, nine are being added, for a net positive of +3 for May. Some of May's additions include Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, The Surge, Lego Batman 3, and Tacoma. Here is the full list of Xbox Game Pass titles for May.

Xbox Game Pass Titles Scheduled For Removal On May 15

Xbox One

  • Mega Man Legacy Collection
  • MotoGP 17

Xbox 360

  • Comic Jumper
  • Mrs. Splosion Man
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II

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