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Here are the games leaving Xbox Game Pass this month

Big names spared as four leave on their one-year anniversary

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Kingdom New Lands
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The Ides of March have come for Xbox Game Pass, and fortunately they spared large-scale AAA titles from being removed from the library.

Just four are leaving at the end of the March: Kingdom New Lands, Late Shift, Portal Knights and Sacred Citadel. All four of these had been in the library since April 2018.

Kingdom: New Lands is a 2016 reworking of Kingdom, which is, per its name, a kingdom-building simulation game.

Late Shift is the FMV adventure and interactive film that launched in 2016 and was screened at several filmed festivals that year.

Portal Knights is a survival RPG from Keen Games that debuted in 2016 on Steam Early Access and came to the console in May 2017.

And Sacred Citadel, the only of the four games for Xbox 360, launched in 2013. It’s a side-scrawling brawler.

Late Shift and Portal Knights are on sale through the Xbox Marketplace now at a discount ($9.99 and $15.99 respectively) to Game Pass Subscribers who want to continue their progress after the end of the month. Kingdom: New Lands ($14.99) and Sacred Citadel ($1.99) are not discounted.

There are 217 titles currently in the Xbox Game Pass library; a subscription is $9.99 a month.

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