April 2019 Delistings: Telltale Games, WWE 2K, and More

By Rebecca Smith,
We're just two days into May 2019, but that still means it's that time of month where we go back through the Microsoft Store to find all of the content that has mysteriously disappeared over the last month. April has seen a grand total of seven Xbox One games, three Xbox Live Arcade games, four Xbox 360 Games on Demand, and six Windows 10 games removed from the Microsoft Store. The good news is there was a single relisting.

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None of the following titles offered any warning before they were removed, although we could argue that the writing was on the wall for the older WWE 2K titles and some of Telltale's catalogue. You can see the full list of delistings below.

Xbox One

All of the games marked with ** have disc copies that can still be purchased from retailers that will definitely still work. Unfortunately, players who have purchased some of the season pass discs for the Telltale Games are reporting they can no longer download the episodes. Some Minecraft: Story Mode - A Telltale Games Series DLC is still available, but players can no longer purchase the full collection or purchase the first episode.

Xbox Live Arcade Games

Unfortunately, players who have purchased some of the season pass discs for the Telltale Games are reporting they can no longer download the episodes. Strangely, Minecraft: Story Mode - A Telltale Games Series is still available in its entirety on this platform, so grab it while you still can.

Xbox 360 Games on Demand

All of the games marked with ** have disc copies that can still be purchased from retailers. At the time of writing, WWE 2K17 remains available for purchase on this platform.

Windows 10

As we heard in the middle of the month, the bad news is offset by the relisting of a single Xbox 360 Games on Demand, initially revealed during the last episode of Inside Xbox.

Xbox 360 Games on Demand

We'll be back in June with the next round of delists, if there are any. However, if we get advance warning of any future delists, we'll be sure to let you know before they happen. Personally, if there are any more Telltale games you wish to purchase, I'd do so sooner rather than later.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca 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.