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Game Pass loses eight Xbox games soon, including two quick completions

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Xbox has now detailed the next batch of games set to leave Game Pass in November. In total, eight games will leave the service, including Final Fantasy XIII-2 and some quick completions.

Archvale, Deeeer Simulator: Your Average Everyday Deer Game, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Mind Scanners, Mortal Shell, Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator, Undungeon, and Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector will all drop out of Game Pass on November 30th.

Archvale

Archvale

Archvale

Take up your weapon in this RPG bullet-hell world and embark on a journey to right wrongs from long ago. Only you can defeat the evil forces of the Undying guardians and reunite the world with the fabled Archvale.

Deeer Simulator: Your Average Everyday Deer Game

Final Fantasy XIII-2

FINAL FANTASY XIII-2

FINAL FANTASY XIII-2

The 2010 release FINAL FANTASY XIII now has a direct sequel! Join Lightning and company as a new battle begins!

Mind Scanners

Mind Scanners

Mind Scanners

Greetings. Your Mind Scanner request has been approved. Your duty is to diagnose and treat the citizens of The Structure. The patient list is long so don’t waste your time. We’ll let you see your daughter soon…

Mortal Shell

Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition

Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition

Mortal Shell is a deep action-RPG that tests your sanity and resilience in a shattered world. Your adversaries spare no mercy, with survival demanding superior awareness, precision, and instincts. Possess lost warriors, track down hidden sanctums of the devout, and face formidable foes.

Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator

Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator

Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator

Dive into the quivering innards of alien capitalism in Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator: the sci-fi body horror market tycoon game you didn’t know you needed.

Undungeon

Undungeon

Undungeon

Undungeon is an action role-playing experience that brings back the spirit of old school action/RPGs wrapped in modern design. Restore the order in all dimensions, influence and determine the fate of the worlds, create and decide what will happen in the new Multiverse.

Colorful pixel art aesthetics: each tree, bush or rock is hand-drawn, each enemy has dozens of carefully crafted animation frames to create a one-of-a-kind visual experience;

Mind-bending science fiction story: Several multidimensional versions of Earth were suddenly merged together, shattering one another in a cataclysmic event known as the Great Shift. This event damaged the fabric of time and space itself, seemingly beyond reconstruction.
You, a Herald, will join a secret interdimensional organization — Herald’s Undercover Bay, or simply H.U.B., created by Dharma to remedy the aftermath of the catastrophe;

Heated real-time battles: control a Herald — almighty hero created by God. Combine his powerful melee and ranged attacks to vanquish your enemies. Heal carefully so that foes don’t steal your remedy, use movement, various buffs, and debuffs to gain the advantage and defeat your rivals;

Customizable hero: implant different organs into the body of your Herald to acquire unique combat enhancers and passive abilities. Gather and equip nodes and runes to make your Herald godlike. Express yourself, create a build that fits your playstyle perfectly, be it companions, throwable weapons, critical or DoT damage and much more;

Crafting system: deep crafting systems that allow you to disassemble basic materials and create from received resources unique organs, weapons, gear and consumables that will help you to define your unique playthrough;

Vast open world: explore distant lands beyond belief and meet their exotic inhabitants — merchants and bandits going about their lives regardless of where you go. You can trade with locals, recruit them to help you in battles, or even destroy their camps. Between missions, you can recover, gear up and rest in H.U.B. — a base located in a neutral space expanse between dimensions;

NPC interaction system: decisions you make as a Herald will affect the fates of the characters you meet, as well as whole dimensions.

Warhammer 40,000 Battlesector

Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector

Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector

In the grim darkness of the far future, there is only war. Experience every bone-rattling explosion and soul-crushing charge in Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector, the definitive battle-scale game of turn-based strategy and fast-paced combat that takes you to the battlefields of the 41st Millenium.

If you’re after some easy Gamerscore, you’ll want to jump into both Deeer Simulator: Your Average Everyday Deer Game, Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator, and Archvale. Deeer Simulator can be completed in under two hours, Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator in under three (check out our walkthrough on this one for more), and Archvale in under eight while using our Archvale walkthrough. For those looking for more of a challenge, Warhammer 40,000 Battlesector, Mortal Shell, Undungeon, and Mind Scanners all have some pretty chunky TA ratios. Those who have a lot of free time before the 30th may want to get involved with Final Fantasy XIII-2, which has a completion estimate of around 80 hours, but you might be able to get it crossed off your list quicker using our Final Fantasy XIII-2 walkthrough.

Windows stacks also leaving PC Game Pass this week include Final Fantasy XIII-2 , Undungeon, and Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector.

Game Pass is adding Insurgency: Sandstorm and seven more games in November. For more games set to join the service, check out our everything coming to Game Pass article.

Do you need to finish off any of these games leaving Game Pass soon? Let us know.

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