A few weeks ago, Microsoft announced that Batman: Return to Arkham was coming to Xbox Game Pass alongside a slew of other games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Many Xbox One owners thought that may be it for a while, but it turns out the company plans on introducing even more games to the service very soon. Today, Microsoft announced that Alien: Isolation, Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, Headlander, and The Walking Dead: Season 2 will be joining Xbox Game Pass in February.
Alien: Isolation is a first-person horror game which revived the franchise when it came out a few years ago. As Amanda, you navigate through an increasingly-volatile world as you find yourself confronted on all sides by a panicked, desperate population and an unpredictable, ruthless Alien.
Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two
Unleash the power of the brush in this co-op adventure with Mickey Mouse and Oswald in Disney's Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two! With paint brush and remote control, Mickey and Oswald visit the alternate magical world filled with music, forgotten Disney characters, and attractions.
You are the last known human in the universe, and all that's left of you is a disembodied head. Seeking clues to your fractured past, you must travel through a hostile world of machines using a special helmet that allows you to dock into and take control of any robotic host body.
The Walking Dead: Season 2
The Walking Dead: Season 2 continues the story of Clementine and how she has to become a leader in this desperate post-apocalyptic environment. It's considered one of the better seasons of the franchise. Telltale Games shut down so we won't be seeing any more of these games.
Since the service launched, many gamers have been asking Microsoft how many subscribers Xbox Game Pass has. While usually the company doesn't comment on sales figures, during an interview between Microsoft's Executive Vice President of Gaming Phil Spencer and LevelUp, he revealed a general count. There are "millions of subscribers" already.
It's great to see that Xbox Game Pass is doing so well. Hopefully the trend will continue in the future as more high-profile titles join the service. Do you pay $10 a month for Xbox Game Pass? Which games do you want added? Let us know.
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