Six games will be ending their collective run on Xbox One’s Game Pass streaming gaming service, beginning tomorrow, May 15th.
Starting this Tuesday, paid subscribers of the Xbox Game pass service can kiss goodbye Mega Man Legacy Collection, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and its sequel, The Force Unleashed 2, Ms. Splosion Man, Comic Jumper and MotoGP ’17. The titles mentioned above are scheduled to be pulled from the streaming service, while WB Games’ Lego Batman 3 and the recent PS Plus freebie The Surge join Xbox Game Pass on May 16th.
If you’re looking to join Xbox Game Pass, gamers can pony up $9.99/ month, or $29.97 for 3 months. Microsoft recently announced plans to officially launch a combined Game Pass “Ultimate Subscription”, which bundles Xbox Live Gold privileges with access to Xbox game Pass for $14.99 a month. Xbox Insiders can try this program in early access, as the official rollout is scheduled to launch later this year.