Warning to millions of Xbox players – your last chance to play award-winning game for free

SIX games are leaving Xbox Game Pass this month, and one of them is an award-winning fan favorite.

While eight new games are being added, including Amnesia: The Bunker, other games are going.

Fans are devastated that Omori is leaving the service.


Fans are devastated that Omori is leaving the service.Photo credit: Omocat

Among the six remaining games Friday, June 30, 2023 is a fan favorite originally released in 2020.

Omori is an RPG where the elements of your traditional RPG are based on human emotions.

The storytelling is similar to other popular RPGs like Undertale and Earthbound.

Omori was a hit with fans on PC when it was first released and again when it hit Xbox, Nintendo and PlayStation consoles in 2022.

For many Xbox players, this is the most disappointing announcement of a game leaving Game Pass in a long time.

Road 96 is another well-received game, currently receiving a 9/10 rating on Steam.

It tells the story of hitchhikers trying to escape their authoritarian country.

Both games, along with four others, will be leaving Xbox Game Pass shortly.

If you have a Game Pass subscription, it is recommended that you play these games before they disappear from service.

Sometimes games on the service go back into rotation and less popular ones disappear.

We hope that’s the case with Omori, a game that every gamer needs to play.

Here’s the full list of games leaving Xbox Game Pass in June:

  • DJ Max Respect V
  • kingdom of the sun
  • Matchpoint: tennis championships
  • Omori
  • Olija
  • street 96

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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