Four More Games Leaving Xbox Game Pass at the End of April 2019 By Rebecca Smith, 11 Apr 2019 CommentsWhile most people will be looking forward to the six new additions to Xbox Game Pass for the rest of April, we've received news of more titles set to leave the programme at the end of the month. Four more games have been added to the list, bringing the total number of titles leaving at the end of April to ten.Nine of the ten titles are Xbox One games with the final title being an Xbox Live Arcade title available through Backward Compatibility. The full list of titles is below. Those that are new are noted as such. If you're currently playing any of these titles through Game Pass, make sure you finish them within the next couple of weeks before you lose access to them. Outlast will be removed on April 21st, while the remaining titles will leave on April 30th.Xbox OneHomefront: The Revolution[NEW] OlliOlliOlliOlli2: XL EditionOutlast[NEW] Pumped BMX +Sheltered[NEW] The Golf Club[NEW] The SwapperUnmechanical: ExtendedXbox 360Sonic & KnucklesWhile this news might not be good, the better news is that two of the new additions revealed yesterday are now available on Game Pass. You can download them through the panels below:PreyIn Prey, you are the subject of an experiment but things have gone terribly wrong. Your ability to survive a hostile alien onslaught will depend on your wits, weapons, and newfound abilities.$29.99 £24.99 €29.99 $39.95 $39.99 R$149.95 The Golf Club 2™Rise to fame and fortune in the largest, most dynamic golf game ever created. Assemble and join online Societies with friends, compete in tournaments, and earn money to climb the ranks in golf’s largest gaming community.StoreNext week sees two more titles added to the programme, Monster Hunter: World and The Walking Dead: A New Frontier, while Life is Strange 2 "Episode Two: Rules" and Resident Evil 5 are due to arrive in the last week of the month.Xbox Game PassXbox One X EnhancedXbox One Written by Rebecca SmithRebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.