Last Chance to Play These Top-Rated Xbox Games


Time is running out for Xbox players to enjoy some of the highest-rated games on the console. In a few weeks, these beloved titles will be removed from Xbox's service, so make sure to play them before it's too late.

Why are games being removed?

As is customary with every console, certain games are periodically removed from Xbox's service. This month, there are more games than usual being taken down. This is likely due to the release of five highly anticipated day-one games coming to Game Pass in September.

Highly Rated Games Leaving Soon

There are nine games leaving Game Pass this week, and among them are some highly regarded titles that subscribers have less than two weeks to play.

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony

The final chapter in the beloved Danganronpa series, this game is a must-play for fans. While the other two games will still be available on Game Pass, this is your last chance to experience the conclusion of the series for free.

Civilization 6

Considered one of the best strategy game series, Civilization 6 will also be leaving the service. Don't miss your chance to lead civilizations to greatness.

Metal: Hellsinger

A surprise indie hit from last year, Metal: Hellsinger offers a unique twist on the first-person shooter genre. Time your shots to the beat and rack up rewards in this captivating game.

Fuga: Melodies of Steel

This RPG adventure combines cute animals, a compelling story, and massive war machines in a fascinating mash-up. Get a taste of this intriguing world before it's gone.

The List of Games Leaving Game Pass

Here are the games leaving Xbox Game Pass on September 15, 2023:

  • Amazing Cultivation Simulator – PC
  • Aragami 2 – Console & PC
  • Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony – Console & PC
  • DC League of Super Pets – Console & PC
  • Fuga: Melodies of Steel – Console & PC
  • Metal: Hellsinger – Console & PC
  • Civilization 6 – Console & PC
  • Tainted Grail: Conquest – Console & PC
  • Train Sim World 3 – Console & PC

This article was written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.

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