Xbox Game Pass Announces More Xbox One, PC Games For February

Cast spells and hunt Nazis this month.

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Microsoft has announced another set of Xbox Game Pass games coming to the service on both Xbox One and PC in the coming weeks. The library is mostly the same between the two, with one notable difference.

On February 6, the Xbox One and PC services will both get Final Fantasy XV and Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Then on February 13, the Xbox One service will add Death Squared. The PC service is instead getting Death's Gambit, though the announcement doesn't list a date for it.

Final Fantasy XV is the first in a planned volley of Final Fantasy games coming to Game Pass. This latest numbered iteration follows a foursome of friends as they go on a road trip in preparation for impending nuptials. Naturally, everything goes horribly wrong. Youngblood is a spin-off sequel to Wolfenstein: The New Colossus, starring the twin daughters of famed Nazi-hunter BJ Blazkowicz. Death Squared is a color-coded puzzle game, and Death's Gambit is a 2D action-platformer featuring Death's right-hand being.

The announcement also confirmed a handful of games that are leaving the Xbox One service soon. Those include Disney Epic Mickey 2, Jackbox Party Pack 2, Pumped BMX Pro, Rage, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Now that February has begun, a new set of Xbox Games with Gold are available too. A Gold subscription is included with a Game Pass Ultimate membership, so if you have that version of the service you've got the full library available to you.

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