Game Pass tells us what to expect for the rest of November

Is it shrinking?

MajorLinux - Editor-in-chief

Just like clockwork, we now have the list of games that will be joining the Game Pass lineup for the second half of November. And given the amount of games that are added versus leaving, it seems like Game Pass is getting smaller compared to their last update.

Available Today

Coral Island (Cloud and Xbox Series X|S)

Coral Island is leaving early access and is now available as a full product on Game Pass. During their early access period, they were raising money to save coral reefs.

Coming Soon

Persona 5 Tactica (Cloud, Console, and PC) – November 17

I’ve always wanted to get into Persona but have never really found the time. However, with Persona 5 Tactica, I might be more willing to give it a shake as it’s what its name implies, a tactics game.

Dune: Spice Wars (Cloud and Console) – November 28

This game is already available on PC Game Pass so some have already played it. I’ve yet to play it as I’m not much of a strategy guy, but I have been hearing some good things about the Dune movie.

Rollerdrome (Cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X|S) – November 28

If 4X isn’t your thing, than try out a game that more accurately depicts our future. Rollerdrome is a third-person shooter where you are a person on skates doing tricks for ammo because you need to literally eliminate the competition.

Leaving Game Pass

And, of course, we have to talk about the games leaving the service this month. Like I said earlier, it seems there are more leaving than are joining time around. Maybe space is being made for 2024. Only time will tell. Keep in mind, these games will be leaving at the end of the month (November 30).

  • Anvil (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Battlefield 1943 (Console) EA Play
  • Battlefield: Bad Company (Console) EA Play
  • Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (Console and PC) EA Play
  • Disc Room (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Eastward (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Grid (Console) EA Play

Source: Xbox Wire

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Marcus Summers is a Linux system administrator by trade. He has been working with Linux for nearly 15 years and has become a fan of open source ideals. He self identifies as a socialist and believes that the world's information should be free for all.
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