What you need to know
- Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service that gives users access to a huge library of games.
- Microsoft announced today that seven new games will be coming to the service this month.
- Highlights include the off-road racing game Dirt 5 and the team platformer Killer Queen Black.
Xbox Game Pass continues expanding its library by announcing today its second big push of new games in February. These games can be played by anyone who pays the $10/month subscription fee on consoles and PC. If you're looking for something to play before then, you can check out or list of the best Xbox Game Pass games available now.
You can check out all the titles coming soon to Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Cloud gaming below:
Code Vein (PC) – February 18
Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire – Ultimate Edition (Cloud & Xbox) – February 18
Wreckfest (Cloud, Xbox, and PC) – February 18
Killer Queen Black (Cloud and Xbox) – February 23
Dirt 5 (Cloud, Xbox and PC) – February 25
Elite Dangerous (Xbox) – February 25
Superhot: Mind Control Delete (PC) – February 25
You can check out all the titles leaving soon from Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Cloud Gaming below:
- Dirt 4 (Xbox)
- Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight (Xbox and PC)
- Mother Russia Bleeds (PC)
- Oxenfree (Console and PC)
- The Jackbox Party Pack 4 (Xbox)
- Vambrace: Cold Soul (Xbox and PC)
Xbox Cloud Gaming touch controls
You can check out all the titles gaining touch controls on Xbox Cloud Gaming below:
- Bridge Constructor Portal
- Nowhere Prophet
- The Little Acre
- Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair
A catalog of games
All your gaming needs, in one subscription.
Is the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate the best value in all of gaming? It's possible. Ultimate bundles your Xbox Live Gold subscription, an Xbox Game Pass subscription for both Xbox consoles and Windows PCs, and Xbox Cloud Gaming for on-the-go. That means access to hundreds of games, with more added all the time, for a single monthly subscription cost.
Wow, I almost bought Dirt 5 on its recent sale, just to get another Series X game, but reviews made me worry. I was a big fan of Dirt 2 & 3, but didn't really like Dirt 4. Good thing I held off!
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