Four games are set to be removed from Xbox Game Pass at the end of the month, although they’ll all still be available for purchase through the Xbox Marketplace.

According to an article from Polygon, the games leaving are Kingdom: New Lands, Late Shift, Portal Knights, and Sacred Citadel.

All four titles had been part of the expansive Xbox Game Pass library since April 2018. They’re all set to leave at the end of March, meaning that they managed to last an entire year in the catalog.

Kingdom: New Lands is a sort-of sequel to Kingdom, developed by Noio and published by Raw Fury Games. Expanding upon the original game, Kingdom: New Lands is a 2D side-scrolling strategy game where the player must try their best to build and defend their kingdom. You can get it on Steam here.

Late Shift is a high stakes FMV crime thriller developed by CtrlMovie and published by Wales Interactive. Mathematics student Matt is forced to prove his innocence after being coerced into a robbery at an auction house. It’s available on Steam, too, and you can get it here.

Portal Knights is a co-op 3D sandbox RPG where you must prove yourself a true Portal Knight by levelling up your knight, crafting legendary weapons, and defeating foes in real time. Like the other two games, Portal Knights is also available on Steam, although the reviews are mixed.

Sacred Citadel is a side scrolling beat ’em up and part of the Sacred series. It’s also the only Xbox 360 game in the list. You must fight to save the land of Ancaria from the evil Ashen empire. Guess what! It’s also available on Steam.

All four games are still available on the Xbox Marketplace, but they’ll be removed from the Game Pass catalog at the end of March. Game Pass subscribers can get Late Shift and Portal Knights at a discounted price right now.

Xbox Game Pass is available for just £7.99 or $9.99 a month.

Sources: Polygon and Steam [1] [2] [3] [4]

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