Tetris Effect: Connected is Leaving Xbox Game Pass on May 1


Xbox Game Pass subscribers will need to say goodbye to some great games on May 1, including Dragon Quest Builders 2, Destroy All Humans, Unsouled, Bugsnax and the mesmerizing aesthetics of Tetris Effect: Connected, one of the best synesthesia games ever made. The popularity of this subscription service ensures that new games will always rotate in and out, one of the ways that Microsoft keeps things exciting for players.

With the addition of new arrivals such as Loop Hero, Iron Brigade, Ghostwire: Tokyo, NHL 23 and Minecraft Legends already on the platform, the highly anticipated Redfall will soon be joining the list on May 2, available for PC and Xbox Series X|S. However, console users can only play the game at 30 frames per second as it will be hard-locked until a Performance Mode option is added at a later date.

Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s creativity shines in Tetris Effect, a wildly trippy game enhanced by beautiful audio-visual aesthetics. This cult-classic has managed to grab high praise, captivating audiences with its eclectic score.

While subscribers may be disappointed to see these games leave the service, the good news is that they can still buy them outright at a 20% discount. So, if Tetris Effect needs a permanent spot in your gaming portfolio, now is the time to act before it disappears out of Games Pass.


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