Besiege & Quantum Break Return To Game Pass In May 2023

It’s that time of the month again where Game Pass reveals which new games are being added to the subscription service. Each new month is a list of new games to be given to Xbox Game Pass subscribers from around the world. This month is no different. With May, players are going to see some returning games that left the service only a few months ago, including fan-favorite Quantum Break.

Xbox Game Pass May 2023 Additions

Quantum Break Game Pass

May is full of new games for players to check out, according to Xbox Wire. This month’s titles span a wide range of different genres. Here’s everything coming to Xbox Game Pass this month:

May 4

  • Ravenlok (Cloud, Console & PC)

May 8

  • Weird West: Definitive Edition (Xbox Series X|S)

May 9

  • Shadowrun Trilogy (PC)

May 11

  • Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2 (Cloud, Console & PC)

Two other games have been added back after their departure as well. For one, Beseige has finally left early access! This means that the game’s brief stint off of the platform is now over. Players can hop back into the title to continue their adventures with medieval machinery. Besiege is available on cloud, console, and PC. Aside from this, the Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break has also been brought back too! Players will watch as the innovative title brings together live action TV shows with gameplay, with decisions in one affecting decisions in another dramatically.

Xbox Game Pass Removals for May 15

With every game being added to Xbox Game Pass, some have to leave. This month is no exception, as five games are going to be removed from the service come May 15. However, subscribers can snag these games at a discount before they’re gone! Here’s what leaving on May 15:

  • Before we Leave (Cloud, Console & PC)
  • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Anniversary Edition (Cloud, Console & PC)
  • Hearts of Iron IV (PC)
  • Her Story (PC)
  • Umurangi Generation: Special Edition (Cloud, Console & PC)

With that, covers this month in Xbox Game Pass Additions and Removals. With May down, who knows what June will bring to Mircosoft’s “Netflix for Games”