This fortnight, Xbox Game Pass takes more than it gives you

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Some who arrive and others who leave

The Xbox Game Pass news for the month of September (for its first fortnight) are captained by Final Fantasy XIII, Surgeon Simulator 2 (arriving in the form of a new release Day One) and the addictive Nuclear Throne, but if there is something you could call truly the attention to many users are the goodbyes, and it is that two great ones disappear from the service forever.

On the one hand, Red Dead Online will go out of service on September 13 on Console and in the Cloud, thus leaving the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the world of Rockstar’s Wild West, where you can become a renowned bounty hunter and complete the many challenges on offer. The game arrived independently in December 2020, so if you want to continue playing you will have to buy it.

The other great loss comes in the form of a simulator, since Forza Motorsport 7 will disappear from the Cloud, Console and PC on September 15, this being another great farewell to the service. With this release from the catalog, lovers of the Forza saga will have to wait for the launch of Forza Horizon 5 on November 9.

The rest of the games that are leaving the service are (all on September 15):

  • Company of Heroes 2 (PC)
  • Disgaea 4 (PC)
  • Hotshot Racing (Cloud and Console)
  • The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics (Cloud, Console and PC)
  • Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales (Cloud and Console)

September news

Game Pass September 2021

Be that as it may, receiving new games is always excellent news, so let’s review the games that arrive in these first weeks of September:

Final Fantasy XIII

The famous RPG saga proposes on this occasion an adventure starring Lightning, with whom we will have to complete tough battles for different kingdoms. It is not the most successful installment, but it is still a Final Fantasy.

  • Available for Console and PC
  • From September 2
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Craftopia

You have an island at your disposal to make and build whatever you want, so unleash your dreams in this survival game with very obvious touches from Zelda Breath of the Wild.

  • Available for Cloud, Console and PC
  • From September 2

Signs of the Sojourner

A peculiar narrative card game in which the way you play the cards will determine your protagonist and the way you relate to the rest of the characters.

  • Available for Cloud, Console and PC
  • From September 2

Surgeon Simulator 2: Access All Areas

The craziest surgeon simulator in history returns with its second installment full of improvements and levels created by users where we will have to save the life of our patient in the craziest situations we can imagine.

  • Available for Cloud, Console and PC
  • From September 2

Crown trick

A turn-based roguelike in which we will have to orient ourselves through a labyrinth that will change as we progress with the sole intention of getting stuck in the more complex dungeons.

  • Available for Console and PC
  • From September 7

Breathedge

A full-fledged survival game, since we will have to survive in outer space in critical situations, not without offering a good dose of comic situations that will make you laugh more than once.

  • Available for Cloud, Console and PC
  • From September 9

Nuclear Throne

One of the most addictive roguelites that you could start right now, since its unbridled action in a post-apocalyptic world dominated by radioactive matter will make you spend hours and hours in front of the screen without the possibility of letting go of the controller.

  • Available for Console and PC
  • From September 9

The Artful Escape

Obsessed by his uncle’s musical heritage, Francis Vendetti must fight his way between his imagination and madness to truly discover who he is.

  • Available for Console and PC
  • From September 9