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Xbox Game Pass subscribers on Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X are in for a treat about a game they’ll lose access to tomorrow, January 15th. Six different games are leaving the subscription service tomorrow. We don’t know when or if any of these games will ever return, but Xbox fans aren’t thinking too much about leaving because none of the games are anything special, at least in terms of quality. However, one departure is notable because it’s a game from an Xbox-owned studio.

If you haven’t seen the “coming soon” section of Xbox Game Pass recently, Few of us are happy leaves Xbox Game Pass next to tomorrow Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc:, Nobody saves the world, Pupperian, Windbreakers 2and: Anacrusis. What is noticeable here will vary from subscriber to subscriber, but the game that causes confusion. Few of us are happy. Few of us are happy made by Compulsion Games. Compulsion Games is owned by Microsoft. So why is it? Few of us are happy leaving Xbox Game Pass As you know, Xbox Game Studios games are not only one-day Xbox Game Pass games, they never leave the subscription service. So again why? Few of us are happy leaving? Well, this phenomenon has many Xbox fans confused on Twitter and elsewhere.

While the situation may seem confusing on the surface, there is actually a fairly simple explanation. although Xbox owns the studio, it doesn’t have the publishing rights to the game, and that’s because the game was released through Gearbox before Xbox acquired the studio. In other words, even though Xbox owns the studio that made the game, it doesn’t have the publishing rights to the game, so it doesn’t have the right to stay, or is it out of being able to pay for it to stay? What remains a mystery is whether it’s just one game or if it applies to the entire brand. If it does, we won’t see it again Few of us are happy Of the must-have games. That said, we probably weren’t going to, given the game’s rather negative reception.

Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate are both available on Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, and PC for $10 and $15 per month, respectively.



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