Microsoft has confirmed the full list of games that will be leaving Xbox Game Pass at the end of May. In total, there are seven games that will no longer be available through the subscription service from May 31 and they include some big hitters like Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.
Seven games leave Xbox Game Pass in May
Along with Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, there are six other games that will be leaving Xbox Game Pass in two weeks’ time according to Xbox Wire. These include Farming Simulator 19 and EA Sports NHL 20. The EA’s dodgeball-inspired action game Knockout City is also bowing out at the end of the month along with the standalone expansion Superhot Mind Control Delete.
The role-playing strategy game Yes, Your Grace and real-time strategy title Spellforce 3: Soul Harvest will make their final appearances this month as well. While these titles will not be available as part of the subscription anymore, users can purchase them with a discount of 20% anytime before May 31.
It’s not all doom and gloom, though, as Microsoft also announced the games coming to the service in the near future. From today, Her Story, Jurassic World Evolution 2, Little Witch in the Woods, Skate, and Umurangi Generation Special Edition can be played as part of Xbox Game Pass. Meanwhile, Farming Simulator 22, Vampire Survivors, Floppy Knights, Hardspace: Shipbreaker, Sniper Elite 5, Cricket 22, and Pac-Man Museum+ will all join the service over the course of the next two weeks.
Additionally, the Game Preview title Grounded is receiving a major update today. The Bugs Strike Back Update includes new game modes, crafting items, armor upgrades, and traps for players to get to grips with. The likes of Kentucky Route Zero, Paradise Killer, and Contrast have all had touch control support added.