Dataminers have revealed a list of games slated to rotate out of the Xbox PC Game Pass subscription service this month, April 2022.
Credible data miner and console drop informant @Wario64 has revealed a list of games scheduled to leave the Xbox PC Game Pass subscription service later this month, April 2022. There are four in total, including one that fans seemed to be taken aback by.
Titles rotating in and out of Game Pass isn't unusual, of course. Microsoft tends to refresh its inventory every month or so to keep things interesting for its players and subscribers.
Games Leaving PC Game Pass: April 2022
1. Destiny 2: Beyond Light, Shadowkeep, and Forsaken
This flagship sci-fi shooter MMO has surprised some players by its place on the list. Several assumed that Destiny 2 would remain on Xbox Game Pass indefinitely. Now, however, that doesn't appear to be the case.
Players take on the role of a Guardian tasked with reuniting the Vanguard—Zavala, Ikora Rey, and Cayde-6—and restoring their power stolen from them and the City by Dominus Ghaul.
"Explore the strange unknown with Pathway, a strategy adventure set in the 1930s great wilderness. Unravel long-forgotten mysteries of the occult, raid ancient tombs and outwit your foes in turn-based squad combat!"
Players are tasked with bringing together a group of knowledgable adventures to journey across the world and uncover secrets, "mysterious artifacts, and even the odd whisperings and tales of gruesome occult rituals," its description reads.
3. Rain On Your Parade
The game's description reads, "Travel the world as a cute cardboard cloud and ruin everybody's day! Unlock new methods of mischief in over 50 levels, each with unique setting and objectives. This is an adorable schadenfreude simulator!"
Players experience the game as a hanging cardboard cloud that roams the map, causing mischief and mayhem using an array of weather-based powers.
4. The Long Dark
"The Long Dark is a thoughtful, exploration-survival experience that challenges solo players to think for themselves as they explore an expansive frozen wilderness in the aftermath of a geomagnetic disaster," its description reads.
Players are not pit against zombies, werewolves, or any other paranormal threat. Instead, it is simply them and the open, wild, harsh environment around them.