Xbox has just announced a host of games coming to Game Pass in May, including Trek To Yomi which is due out later this week. This month seems to be widely focused on indie titles. With Trek To Yomi, Citizen Sleeper, Eiyuden Chronicle Rising, and This War Of Mine Final Cut all joining the service.
May also includes at least one AAA game with NHL 22. Which Xbox says is arriving on May 12 for console users. A few of these games are also going to be day one releases. Which means they’re hitting Game Pass the same day they release on console and PC. Xbox has been really good about adding day one titles to Game Pass and this has been one of its biggest strengths.
Providing high value for subscribers in addition to a large catalog of various other games. Another huge benefit is that many of the games coming soon are available across all platforms where the service is available. In fact, six of the seven games arriving this month are playable in the cloud, on console, or on PC so you don’t have to choose one or the other.
Look out for these games leaving Game Pass in May
As Xbox cycles in more new games, others are leaving to make room for those incoming titles. May will see seven games leaving the service. Though not all at the same time. On May 10, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – Definitive Edition will no longer be playable through the subscription.
And on May 15 you’ll need to say goodbye to Enter The Gungeon, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, Remnant: From The Ashes, Steep, The Catch: Carp And Coarse, and The Wild At Heart. There’s going to be some additional Game Pass Ultimate perks to look out for too.
Halo Infinite players will get the Pass Tense Gungoose Bundle on May 4. Meanwhile For Honor players can get access to the Warmonger hero today and Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 players get the No-Brainerz upgrade. Also out today. You can see all of these changes in the Xbox Game Pass app on Windows and on mobile.