As the seasons change and the cycle of life continues, so does the Xbox Game Pass, which will remove several beloved games from its subscription service on May 1st.
Among these departing titles is Tetris Effect: Connected, often regarded as one of the best synesthesia games ever.
Wario64 revealed that Dragon Quest Builders 2, Destroy All Humans, Unsouled, Bugsnax, and Tetris Effect: Connected are set to leave the Game Pass to make room for exciting new additions, such as the much-anticipated Redfall.
However, Game Pass members can still take advantage of a 20% discount when purchasing these games before they leave the service, allowing players to keep the titles in their library at a reduced price.
If you have yet to experience the enchanting audio-visual treat that is Tetris Effect, now is the perfect time to immerse yourself in this captivating classic.
Directed by Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the renowned Japanese designer and producer behind cult-classics Rez and its re-release Rez Infinite, Tetris Effect: Connected has garnered praise for its mesmerizing aesthetics and innovative gameplay.
List of games leaving Xbox Game Pass on May 1st:
- Dragon Quest Builders 2
- Destroy All Humans
- Tetris Effect: Connected
In the meantime, the latest batch of April titles has already been made available on Xbox Game Pass. Loop Hero, Iron Brigade, Ghostwire: Tokyo, NHL 23, and Minecraft Legends can now be enjoyed by subscribers. Moreover, Redfall is set to debut on May 2nd for PC and Xbox Series X|S.
It is important to note that Redfall will be locked at 30 frames per second on the console version, with a Performance Mode option slated to be added later.
As the Xbox Game Pass lineup constantly evolves, gamers can expect more exciting titles to be added and removed.
Take advantage of the last few days with these soon-to-depart games and enjoy the new additions to the ever-expanding library.