Game Pass, Microsoft’s all-you-can-eat buffet of gaming goodness, is waving goodbye to six of its menu items in just two days. Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Nobody Saves The World, Pupperazzi, The Anacrusis, We Happy Few, and Windjammers 2 will be rotating out of the service, leaving subscribers with one less dish to choose from. But fear not, Game Pass is constantly updating its selection, so there will be plenty of new treats to try.
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is a visual novel adventure game developed by Spike Chunsoft. Players take on the role of Makoto Naegi, a student at Hope’s Peak Academy, who becomes trapped in a deadly game of murder and deception. The game is known for its unique storytelling and memorable characters.
Nobody Saves The World is an action-adventure game developed by DrinkBox Studios. Players take on the role of Nobody, a hero who can transform into various forms to defeat enemies and solve puzzles. The game features a whimsical art style and a unique take on the hero’s journey.
Pupperazzi is a photography game developed by Triple Scale Games. Players take on the role of a paparazzo, capturing pictures of cute and quirky dogs in a variety of locations. The game features a colorful art style and a light-hearted tone.
The Anacrusis is a rogue-like game developed by The Last Game Studio. Players take on the role of a spaceship captain, fighting against an alien invasion. The game features challenging gameplay and permadeath, making each playthrough unique.
We Happy Few is a survival game developed by Compulsion Games. Players take on the role of one of three characters, each trying to survive in a dystopian society where citizens are forced to take a happy pill called “Joy” to suppress their emotions. The game is known for its unique setting and eerie atmosphere.
Windjammers 2 is a sports game developed by Dotemu. It is the sequel to the 1994 arcade game Windjammers, and features fast-paced action and competitive multiplayer gameplay. The game is known for its colorful art style and high-energy gameplay.
While it may be disappointing for Game Pass subscribers to see these six games leaving the service, it is worth noting that new games are added to Game Pass on a regular basis. These games will still be available for purchase or through other means of play.