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Metro Exodus, Life is Strange 2 and other games are coming out of the Game Pass

Microsoft today announced games that are set to be released early (presumably at the end of the month) from the Xbox Game Pass catalog and will no longer be able to be played by the service's subscribers unless a subsequent purchase.

The most well-known titles on the list are metro Exodus and Life is Strange 2.

The famous FPS made by 4A Games leaves the service after an exact year of stay and should definitely be played, given the high quality of the game (to learn more, you can refer to our review).

Life is Strange 2 has been made available throughout 2019, following the episodic release that has characterized all the games in this saga: it is 5 episodes, each with a duration of 2-3 hours, so to be able to complete it before it comes out of service is a feat more than feasible!

Another loss of value is that of Shadow Tactics - Blades of the Shogun, a valuable real-time strategy with stealth components, which greets the Game Pass after a year of stay. In this case, the completion is between 40 and 50 hours of play, so those interested don't really have time to waste.

The other games set to exit the service are the retro-game ACA Neogeo Metal Slug X, Neon Chrome, SteamWorld Dig 2, Die For Valhalla and finally The Flame in the Flood, an indie title that could no doubt interest lovers of the survival genre.

Please note that Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service that, at a cost of 9.99 euros per month, allows you to play freely and unrestricted to all the titles included in the service, with new games that are added every month. You can purchase it from this page on the Microsoft Store, or make a single subscription to Game Pass - Live Gold with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which you can purchase from this page.