February is here and with it come tons of new games for Xbox Game Pass holders. This month’s lineup features plenty of action for RPG and strategy fans in particular. Are you ready for all the new Xbox Game Pass games? These are all the games coming to Xbox Game Pass in February!
The following titles will be added to the Xbox Game Pass in February:
Please note that this is a preliminary list and it may change as more games get added to the Game Pass throughout the month. This article will be updated to always reflect the latest additions.
Contrast is a puzzle-based platformer that’s set in the noir atmosphere of the 1920s. In Contrast’s story, we follow Didi on her quest to unravel the secrets of her troubled family. In order to progress in the game world, you’ll need to adjust light sources and use your problem solving skills to create new shadow paths. Can you master both the light and the shadows?
Contrast is coming to Game Pass on February 3, on Cloud and Console.
In this RPG by Afterburner Studio, you play as Cassidy, a young woman plagued by surreal nightmares in her own daydreams. Fight through her dreams as you face off against intimidating enemies and bosses. Use both your melee and ranged weapons in combination with lucid abilities to conquer every nightmare but be careful: once you die in one of Cassidy’s nightmares, you return to her waking life. In here, you can forge friendships and learn more about Cassidy’s world to equip yourself with new hopes and memories for the next daydream. Dream, die, wake, repeat!
Dreamscaper is coming to Game Pass on February 3, on Cloud, Console, and PC.
Telling Lies is a narrative game that plays out in the form of stored videos on a virtual desktop. Your job is to search through all the footage on this computer in order to piece together the timeline of events and other possible clues. Why have the four central characters been under electronic surveillance and how does your character tie in to all this? Your very own investigation starts here!
Telling Lies is coming to Game Pass on February 3, on Cloud, Console, and PC.
Combine medieval warfare with strategy, puzzle and building elements and you get: Besiege. In this engineering sandbox you’re tasked with building your very own medieval siege engine to annihilate everything in your path. Each level in Besiege has a different objective, ranging from defeating a certain number of soldiers to destroying buildings and fortified castles. The best part of it all: there’s no one way to complete a level so you can experiment and strategize to your heart’s content. You can even take your constructions to the next level with modern vehicles such as helicopters, tanks and bomber planes. Anything’s possible in Besiege, it’s up to you to create the ultimate war machine!
Besiege is coming to Game Pass on February 10, on Cloud, Console, and PC.
The legendary CrossFire franchise is finally coming to Xbox consoles! In the third installment of the FPS series, you delve into a global conflict between Black List and Global Risk. These two private military factions will face off against each other as you fight your way through every operation. Can you save your captured teammate and unravel all the secrets behind the Black List mercenaries?
CrossfireX is coming to Game Pass on February 10, on Xbox consoles.
More good news for RPG fans! Edge of Eternity is a turn-based RPG that was created by a passionate team of JRPG lovers from Midgar Studios. Take on the role of Daryon, a brave soldier fighting against the invasion of a biological agent named “Corrosion”. After his mother has been infected with Corrosion, Daryon and his sister set out to find a cure. Along the way you’ll face many enemies in a continuous flow of Active Time Battles, similar to the turn-based combat from the Final Fantasy games. Can you survive and find the cure to the Corrosion plague?
Edge of Eternity is coming to Game Pass on February 10, on Cloud, Console, and PC.
Fast-paced action is the name of the game in Skul: The Hero Slayer. In this rogue-lite 2D platformer you’ll play as “Skul” who single-handedly takes on the Imperial Army. Tired of default Skul? Don’t worry, there are over 100 different iterations that each have their own unique abilities! More than enough fuel for destruction!
Skul: The Hero Slayer is coming to Game Pass on February 10, on Cloud, Console and PC.
Don’t let the intimidating title discourage you from playing this game! The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom is an incredible semi-open world action RPG, set in the zombie-infested streets of “Wakefield”. You’ll follow a group of teen survivors that must keep the Staff of Doom out of the hands of the evil Malondre. Are you up to the task?
The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom is coming to Game Pass on February 10, on Cloud, Console and PC.
Does surviving on a dinosaur-filled island sound like fun? Well, it sure is thrilling! This Ultimate Edition of the legendary Ark franchise contains everything you’ll need to get started on your own epic survival adventure. Explore the primal lands, tame dinosaurs and fight in tribal battles, you name it! It’s all available in the Ark: Ultimate Survivor Edition.
Ark: Ultimate Survivor Edition is coming to Game Pass on February 14, on Cloud, Console and PC.
Medieval knights have never looked better in pixels! Infernax is an old school platformer that features puzzle elements and takes inspiration from various obscure NES games. You’ll face many unholy creatures and dangerous beasts along the way, but thanks to the unique leveling systems, it’s all worth your effort.
Infernax is coming to Game Pass on February 14, on Cloud, Console and PC
The following titles will no longer be available on Xbox Game Pass from February 15 onwards. If you have a Game Pass membership, you can save up to 20% on these games to keep them in your library after their removal from the game pass.
Are you ready to dive into all the new games coming to the Xbox Game Pass in February? Make sure to pick up one of our Game Pass cards to instantly get access to all new titles. Just select your preferred subscription and start playing your favorite games from this month’s lineup, no more worrying about automatic renewals, just playing!