Microsoft has announced another round of games coming to Xbox Game Pass through the first few weeks of February. Those include more ways to play a Bethesda game following last year’s acquisition news, another addition in the ongoing Final Fantasy roll-out, and more.
The list includes seven games in all, with notable additions like Wolfenstein: Youngblood joining cloud streaming, Final Fantasy XII, and the management sim Jurassic World Evolution. The multiplayer survival game Project Winter also makes an appearance on the list. The others are Ghost of a Tale, The Falconer, and Stealth Inc 2.
This schedule goes through February 11, as Microsoft usually doles out its Game Pass announcements in two-week chunks. We can expect another announcement to cover the rest of February sometime later.
Microsoft also announced a handful of games leaving the Game Pass service in the next few weeks as well. De Blob, Ninja Gaiden 2, and World of Horror will all be exiting on February 15, followed by Shadows of the Damned on February 16.
You can check out the full schedule and platforms below. Game Pass is $10 per month for the console or PC version of the service. There’s also a $15 combined plan that includes both, along with Xbox Live Gold, and cloud streaming access on supported mobile devices–which for the time being means Android.
Xbox Game Pass – Early February 2021
- February 4
- Ghost of a Tale (PC)
- Project Winter (Android, Console and PC)
- The Falconeer (Android, Console and PC)
- February 11
- Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age (Console and PC)
- Jurassic World Evolution (Android and Console)
- Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones (Android and Console)
- Wolfenstein: Youngblood (Android)