Today, it was announced that Rockstar’s critically acclaimed Red Dead Redemption 2 would be coming to Microsoft’s subscription service. Xbox Game Pass continues to be a valuable service to gamers around the world, and that value will definitely be present here. Even though fans can look forward tothe game, it does come at a cost. When the game drops, Grand Theft Auto V will leave the service. Grand Theft Auto V was a smash hit already, but having it on Xbox Game Pass, especially with GTA Online, it was a match made in heaven. Now that the game is leaving, fans will likely purchase the full game at a discount whenever they get a chance. At least they’ll have the chance to experience one of 2018’s biggest titles with RDR2.
Red Dead Redemption 2 will drop on Xbox Game Pass on May 7th. As it does, Grand Theft Auto V will also leave the service. Are you looking forward to experiencing the Wild West from Arthur Morgan’s eyes? Upset about the loss of Grand Theft Auto V from Xbox Game Pass? Let us know in the comments below.
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