Tom Clancy’s The Division, four more games to leave Xbox Game Pass soon

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If Microsoft announced three new additions to Xbox Game Pass for PC earlier today, Xbox Game Pass for console subscribers will soon lose access to five games (via Windows Central). Tom Clancy’s The Division, which came back the catalog on December 12 is among the list of games to be removed at a still unknown date

The four other games to disappear soon from the Xbox Game Pass catalog are Resident Evil 4, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, and the Xbox 360 title Saints Row: The Third. You can check out the list by yourself on the Xbox Game Pass section of the Xbox One dashboard, or the Xbox Game Pass app for iOS and Android.

If some games leave Xbox Game Pass every month, they’re usually quickly replaced by new games. Tekken 7 and Children of Morta are the latest additions to the catalog, and the Xbox team will likely announce more in the coming days.

If you have yet to try Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft currently offer one month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (which also includes Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass for PC) for $1 instead of $14.99. With more than 200 Xbox games and over 100 PC games, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate remains one of the best deals in gaming.