Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, #Idarb, Old Man’s Journey and Two More Games Will Leave the Xbox Game Pass Catalog
Some Games Will Leave Xbox Game Pass Catalog
From the Xbox Game Pass mobile application, it became known that five games will leave the console service catalog at the end of the month: Hydro Thunder, Old Man’s Journey, #IDARB, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and The King of Fighters ’98: Ultimate Match.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is the adventure action game of Josef Fares, who later released A Way Out. In this game, you have to play for brothers who have lost their parents and are forced to go on a long journey in order to survive.
Hydro Thunder is an arcade racing game on transforming rocket boats from the Studio Vector Unit. It includes single races, a championship, and other modes, including a joint local race for four people on one screen and online matches with support for up to eight users.
Old Man’s Journey is an adventure about life, loss, reconciliation, and hope. It is developed by Broken Rules studio. You will go on a journey around the world and immerse yourself in a graphic story about the most important moments of the old man’s life: both good and bad.
#IDARB is an 8-bit arcade sports game by Other Ocean. It offers you to take one of the many characters and play in the arena a competitive match for 8 users. The peculiarity of the game is that you can allow Twitter users to influence the gameplay with hashtags.
The King of Fighters ’98: Ultimate Match is a fighting game developed by SNK Playmore studio. In the game, you can participate in the battle with one of sixty-four characters. The project offers several modes, including the online one, and also includes the original version of The King of Fighters ’98 from the NEO-GEO console.
May 21, Alan Wake will join the Xbox Game Pass. And Bohemia Interactive studio recently added a DayZ shooter to the service catalog.