The Xbox Game Pass Console catalog is getting three amazing new games this month. Microsoft’s video game subscription service will add Final Fantasy XV, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and Death Squared in the first half of February. In addition to the new titles, subscribers will also gain access to two upcoming DLCs for Dead Cells and Metro Exodus.
Youngblood is a spin-off of the Wolfenstein first-person shooter that takes place nearly two decades after the events of Wolfenstein II. First released on consoles and PC last July, the game is finally joining its predecessors on Xbox Game Pass later this month. Unlike the previous games, Youngblood introduces coop gameplay in the form of a buddy pass system. Game Pass subscribers can play Wolfenstein: Youngblood for free on February 6th.
Final Fantasy XV
Final Fantasy XV is an action RPG game first launched on consoles back in 2016. Square Enix has since made the game available on PC and Google Stadia as well. Expect to see the game on Xbox Game Pass on February 6th.
Death Squared is a co-op puzzle game about “cooperation, communication, and robot explosions.” Although it’s not as big as some of the other titles joining Game Pass this month, the game is still a good fit for party environments. Death Squared will arrive on Xbox Game Pass on a little later on February 13th.
Microsoft recently relaunched Xbox Game Pass Quests, and now February is looking like a good month for Xbox Game Pass subscribers. Dead Cells and Metro Exodus, two games that have been a part of the Game Pass library for several months now, will also see their upcoming DLCs added to the collection. Dead Cells The Bad Seed and Metro Exodus Sam’s Story will be available to subscribers on February 11th. Speaking of, Metro Exodus’ Epic Store exclusivity period is almost over, and the game will finally launch on Steam on February 14th.