Microsoft will remove six games from its Xbox Game Pass subscription service on June 15. This is part of Microsoft’s effort to refresh its game lineup and make room for new titles. The games that will be removed are:
- Bridge Constructor Portal
- Mortal Shell
- Serious Sam 4
- Total War: Three Kingdoms (PC)
In Bridge Constructor Portal, players use architectural ingenuity to guide vehicles safely through challenging test chambers. Chorus is a sci-fi game where players take on the role of Nala, a skilled starfighter pilot, and combat enemies to liberate the galaxy from an enigmatic cult called the Ring. Maneater is an open-world game where players take on the role of a shark who feasts on all kinds of creatures and evolves into the ultimate predator. Mortal Shell is a challenging game where players navigate treacherous environments as one of the remaining humans and hone their combat skills. In Serious Sam 4, players assemble a team of companions and face off against hordes of aliens in explosive battles. Total War: Three Kingdoms is a strategy game where players command armies, forge alliances, and shape the fate of ancient China.
Removing these games from Xbox Game Pass allows subscribers to enjoy them before new titles are added. This rotation of games ensures a dynamic gaming experience for subscribers, offering fresh content and diverse genres.