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In December, Xbox Game Pass Suffers Two Losses


This is the second batch of games leaving Game Pass in December

The second wave of games departing Game Pass in December has been revealed. Naraka: Bladepoint Deluxe Edition, a melee-focused battle royale game, and Monster Train, a roguelike deck-building title, will both leave Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass on December 31.

Here is the List of Games leaving Xbox Game Pass:

Naraka: Bladepoint:

Dynamic, fast-paced, and ever-shifting; battle your enemies with punishing combos, parries, and grit, or outsmart them using lethal counters in an intense mind game. Wall run, swoop down, and zip across mountains and buildings with ease as you hunt down unsuspecting foes using your grappling hook and parkour skills.

Monster Train:

Monster Train is a strategic roguelike deck-building game with a twist. Set on a train to hell, you’ll use tactical decision-making to defend multiple vertical battlegrounds. With real-time competitive multiplayer and endless replayability, Monster Train is always on time.

It should be noted that Naraka: Bladepoint became free-to-play in July, so don’t try to rush through its achievement list during the next two weeks – it will still be available to play until it exits Game Pass. The Deluxe Edition of the game, which grants Game Pass subscribers a slew of cosmetics and other perks, is departing the service. If you haven’t played the battle royale game yet, it’s worth downloading the Deluxe Edition and collecting the freebies before they’re gone.

Monster Train is expected to take between 20 and 25 hours to complete, giving you plenty of time to try for the 1,000G before December 31. However, with achievements like How to Deckbuilder and Master of the Pyre, Monster Train appears to be a difficult one to complete.