Another five games are set to leave Xbox Game Pass in mid-July, with Carrion, Children of Morta, Cris Tales, Atomicrops, and Lethal League Blaze the latest five titles to bow out of the service.Microsoft has announced the next set of games due to leave Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass in a few weeks' time, and it looks like we'll be saying goodbye to a few fantastic indie games and a quick completion. Atomicrops, Carrion, and Cris Tales all have Windows stacks (with Carrion being the aforementioned easy completion, not to mention an excellent game), while superb roguelite Children of Morta and sports-action title Lethal League Blaze are also for the chop.
Atomicrops is an action-packed roguelite farming simulator where you must cultivate and defend the last farm in the post-apocalypse wasteland. Farm mutated crops, marry townsfolk, and kill every mutant creature that tries to invade!
CARRION is a reverse horror game in which you assume the role of an amorphous creature of unknown origin.
Children of Morta
Children of Morta is a story-driven action RPG game about an extraordinary family of heroes. Lead the Bergons, with all their flaws and virtues, against the forthcoming Corruption. Will you be able to sacrifice everything to save the ones you care for?
Cris Tales is a gorgeous, indie love letter to classic JRPGs with a new perspective. Peer into the past, act in the present, and watch as your choices dynamically change the future — all on one screen as you play! Beautifully hand-drawn 2D animations bring to life a world where your choices will change both the present and the future across more than 20 hours of gameplay.
Lethal League Blaze
Lethal League Blaze is an intense, high speed ball game, with unique characters, outta sight sounds and none of that weak stuff. In Shine City, the anti-gravity ball game has long been illegal. The group who kept playing was dubbed the Lethal League. Even now, with their sport pushed underground, players and crews compete in the League for challenge and respect.
No exact date has been set for these five games to be removed from Xbox Game Pass, but these announcements typically come around two weeks before games disappear, so you've likely got until the middle of the month or so to grab any achievements you may need from these titles. Finishing them up shouldn't be too much of a headache, since most are realistically possible to complete from scratch in that time, perhaps with the exception of Atomicrops — we don't have an estimate there and are seeing lots of 100-hour+ completion times, while all of the others should take around 30 hours or less. Carrion is the quickest of the bunch, so if you've been eyeing up that second stack, maybe now is the time to get it done.
Time to get to work on finishing up one or more of these? Sad to see some more great games come to the end of their Game Pass run? Let us know!