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The Best Modern Stealth Game Is About To Leave Game Pass

Agent 47 stares at the camera in the dark.
Agent 47 stares at the camera in the dark.

We’re halfway into the first month of 2024, so it’s time to take a look at what’s around the corner for the Game Pass library. February sees some RPG and roguelite goodness hit the service, but sadly Hitman World of Assassination leaves Game Pass after January 31, 2024.

As with all games leaving Game Pass, you can snag a copy for a discount to keep playing regardless of whether or not you keep your Game Pass subscription active. Given how much replayability Hitman World of Assassination offers, this is definitely a game you’ll want to actually own a copy of (you know, while we still can own our games).

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Though World of Assassination is leaving Game Pass, all hope is not lost. If you’re a subscriber, you can grab a copy of the game on Xbox for 20 percent off until it leaves Game Pass, bringing this gargantuan collection of stealth action down to just $56 (and you can keep it this time).

Persona 3 Reload, Brotato, and more arrive soon on Game Pass

Game Pass is getting a fresh supply of games in the days to come, including Persona 3 Reload. In our impressions of it, Kotaku writer Kenneth Shepard said:

I’m really intrigued by Persona 3 Reload’s commitment to the source material and knowing when and where it needs to iterate on the PS2 game. There’s still a lot of old stuff missing in terms of content from the Portable and FES versions of the original game that make its status as the “definitive” edition contentious, but at the very least, it looks like a worthy version of a stellar game so far.

Here’s what else is expected to come to Game Pass in the days to come:

There are also some DLC and perks deals available via Game Pass right now. Check out the full details on Xbox’s blog.

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