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April is the time for silly jokes, seasonal showers, and World Rat Day. Another month likewise suggests another batch of Game Pass leavers. This time we wave bye-bye to summertime fishing adventures and cold treks through frozen wildlands – really matching April’s zig-zagging weather condition.
Here’s whatever leaving Game Pass on April 15/16th:
- Life Is Strange: True Colors (Console/PC)
- The Long Dark (Console/PC)
- Moonglow Bay (Console/PC)
- The Riftbreaker (Console/PC)
- The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of Chaos (Console/PC)
- Panzer Corps 2 (PC)
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction (Console)
- Quantum Break (Console)
You likely have adequate time to binge Life Is Strange: True Colors prior to it vanishes behind a pay tag. Like the other Life Is Strange video games, True Colors follows a young person as she handles injury, browses individual relationships, and reveals business tricks – all while utilizing her brand-new superpower: compassion. Its departure accompanies the just recently launched prequel book which our resident LIS superfan Rebecca liked.
Among the very best survival video games on PC – according to you (the readers) and RPS – is likewise leaving. I’m discussing The Long Dark, naturally, the one where you travel through snowy mountains and combat wild wolves. Knowing how to make it through a snowbound sandbox can be a long experience, however luckily its much shorter story episodes are much easier to chew through.
RPS likewise delighted in fishing RPG Moonglow Bay for its slice-of-life story and adorable voxel town. Its 20-ish hour conclusion time implies you’ll likely require to binge prior to it leaves the service. Solution’s time-bending Quantum Break was never ever in fact on PC Game Pass, however its elimination from consoles wonders because it’s a Microsoft-published video game.
We likewise have an approximation of what’s concerning Game Pass in April: Minecraft Legends, Coffee Talk: Episode 2, and Cassette Beasts are all releasing into the service on the first day. Ghostwire: Tokyo is signing up with Game Pass with a huge upgrade on April 12th. Microsoft will likely reveal more additions in the next couple of weeks.