Xbox Game Pass: Three more games will leave the catalog in April

Xbox Game Pass: Three more games will leave the catalog in April

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Especially after the integration of Bethesda into Xbox Game Studios and the arrival of Outriders on day one, the Game Pass continues to welcome a "reckless" number of great titles to be played on Microsoft platforms, but it is equally true that, from time to time , some games must abandon the on-demand gaming service catalog.

The confirmation of the three titles that will soon no longer be part of the Xbox Game Pass offer is provided to us directly from the pages of the official website of the service, of which you can find a screenshot at the bottom of the news. According to what we see, Deliver Us the Moon, Gato Roboto, and Wargroove are the games designated to say goodbye to the Game Pass.

Deliver Us the Moon is perhaps the most famous of the trio, and looks like a Sci-Fi adventure set in the near future in which humanity has run out of resources on Earth and is trying to harness the energy present on the Moon to create a new colony here (find our Deliver Us the Moon review here) .

Gato Robot is instead an indie metroidvania in 2D graphics in which the player will be able to take on the unusual role of a cat in an armored mech called to fight hordes of hostile alien creatures.

Wargroove, finally, it is a real-time strategy playable in single player, multiplayer and co-op, in which it will be possible to choose one of 15 commanders and undertake a war campaign.

Of course, the advice is to hurry up if you have intend to play the aforementioned titles since will soon be removed from the Game Pass catalog, thus following in the footsteps of the three titles removed at the end of March.

Speaking of what will instead be added to the service, it has been confirmed that the annual edition of the simulation of baseball published by Sony MLB The Show 21 will arrive on Xbox Game Pass on Day One.






'MLB The Show 21' is coming to Xbox Game Pass at launch

Xbox is bringing another major third-party title to Game Pass on release day. What makes MLB The Show 21 a little different from the many other games on the service is that PlayStation Studios developed and published it.


This marks not only the debut of the series on non-PlayStation platforms, but also the first time Sony has published a game on Xbox. It’s mighty strange that MLB The Show 21 would arrive on Game Pass rather than Sony’s own PlayStation Plus. Perhaps it’ll show up there as well at some point, but this is still a highly unusual deal.


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MLB The Show 21 will arrive on April 20th. That’s just a couple of weeks after Opening Day of the 2021 MLB season, so baseball hype should still be at a high level.


Members of Game Pass will be able to play MLB The Show 21 at no extra cost on Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S later this month, and Ultimate subscribers can step up to the plate on Android phones and tablets via Xbox cloud gaming (formerly known as xCloud). Both the Xbox One and Series X/S versions will be available on Game Pass. MLB The Show 21 supports cross-platform play and progression, so if one of your friends picks it up for PS4 or PS5, you’ll be able to take them on.


Xbox Game Pass was already perhaps the best deal in gaming and the addition of MLB The Show 21 sweetens the pot even further. Recent additions to Game Pass include Square Enix’s new action RPG Outriders (which arrived yesterday) as well as Star Wars: Squadrons and other big sports titles such as Madden 21 and NBA 2K21.

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