Xbox Game Pass Subscribers Better Get On These Games

Earlier today, we told you about some Xbox Game Pass games arriving real soon on the platform. Now, we are learning that a bunch of Xbox Game Pass games are disappearing soon.

On July 31st, Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers are losing three games in total.

We should say; however, that while Xbox Game Pass console subscribers are losing all three games, cloud users and subscribers on PC are only losing two of the three games. Which is a nice little perk for them.

This is your last chance to play the games until July 31st. Or you can just buy these games with a 20 percent discount for subscribers.

I’m sorry the games themselves are nothing special: The Touryst, UnderMine, and Graybeard Games’ It Lurks Below.

The Touryst

About: “You are just arriving at the Monument Islands. Want to go swimming? Or rather take a dive into the deep sea? Or do you want to visit the amusement arcade, do some shopping, dance at the beach party? Fancy some surfing? Or will you talk with the strange old tourist and listen what he has to say about these ancient mysterious monuments..”


Platforms: Cloud, Console, and PC


About: “Delve deep into the UnderMine and discover its secrets, one peasant at a time! UnderMine is an action-adventure roguelike that blends combat and dungeon crawling with rpg-like progression. Mine gold, die, upgrade yourself, and try again! Discover hundreds of items including relics, potions, blessings, and curses that all combo and stack for a new experience every run. Challenge dangerous bosses and rescue helpful characters that provide new upgrades for your adventure. Decipher the cryptic messages of the Undermine’s residents and unfold the mystery at the heart of the dungeon.”

Platforms: Cloud, Console, and PC

It Lurks Below

About: “It Lurks Below is a retro-styled, 2D, action-oriented, survival RPG by David Brevik. Create a custom character and choose from several different classes to delve deep into the mysteries of what evil lurks below. Dig down and explore the randomly generated levels, find random items, and combat deadly monsters to get the answers.”

Platforms: Console and PC

What do you think? Sad to see them go?


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