Game Pass Removes These Three Games Very Soon

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Along with all the games coming to Game Pass in March, a few more titles are getting booted from the library. Microsoft has announced the second wave of removals from Game Pass this month, and there are three titles saying goodbye to the subscription catalog.

Headed out the door on March 31 are Hot Wheels Unleashed, Infinite Guitars, and MLB The Show 23. For fans of the professional baseball series, there is some good news, as MLB The Show 24–the newest entry in the franchise–comes to Game Pass today, March 19. Additionally, Hot Wheels Unleashed 2 is coming on March 28, so fans of that series can get the newest game, too.

If you want to keep playing any or all of these games, subscribers can buy them outright at a 20% discount, which is a silver lining. Progress and achievements stay with your account, too.

This is the second set of removals from Game Pass in March, following the removal of Shredders, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, and Hardspace: Shipbreaker.

In terms of additions for the second half of March, beyond MLB The Show 24, releases include The Quarry (March 20), Evil West (March 21), and Diablo IV (March 28), among others. Of note, Diablo IV is the first Activision Blizzard game to come to Game Pass following Microsoft’s buyout of Activision Blizzard. Check out GameSpot’s rundown of all the additions to Game Pass for the second half of March here.

Game Pass removals on March 31

  • Hot Wheels Unleashed — cloud, console, PC
  • MLB The Show 23 — cloud, console
  • Infinite Guitars — cloud, console, PC