With the start of a new month, the subscription systems of the different consoles update the list of games they offer. The news that will arrive during February at Xbox Game Pass, which incorporates seven titles that will be available from the first fortnight.
The games will come in two batches. On February 4, three new options are added: Ghost of a Tale (PC), Project Winter Y The Falconeer. The last two for Android via the cloud, console and PC. As of the second week of the month, February 11, the list is completed with Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age (PC and console), Jurassic World Evolution (Cloud and console), Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones (Cloud and console) and Wolfenstein: Youngblood (Cloud).
This game that comes for PC is an action RPG in which the protagonist is Tilo, a mouse who seeks to rescue Merra, his lost beloved. It is set in a medieval world and stealth is one of the most relevant factors for the main character to survive.
This title will be available on the cloud, console and PC. It is a multiplayer proposal and up to eight people can participate in each game. The premise is that players have to collect resources and work as a team to survive in a hostile environment set in an icy landscape. But it also incorporates the figure of traitors who have the mission of preventing the rest of the participants from completing the tasks that allow them to complete the game.
A proposal that adds to the cloud, console and PC. It takes place in a fictional space called Ursee in which the player will have to take the role of a falcon rider, the army of that universe. Most of the landscape is occupied by oceans and it is an open world that focuses on air combat. The user will be able to fulfill missions while exploring the different locations.
On February 11 this game will be available for PC and consoles. It is a remastering with both visual improvements of the scenarios and characters, as well as audio for a new generation of consoles. In addition, loading times have been reduced and there are new options for players.
Cloud and console users will be able to access this simulation proposal in which they will be able to create and manage their own theme park based on the film franchise. In addition to managing the new world, they will also be able to create the dinosaurs that inhabit it.
Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones
Another title that will be available to subscribers from February 11, in this case for Android and consoles. It is the sequel to Stealth Bastard: Tactical Espionage Arsehole and the user will embody a clone that has to escape from a facility throughout more than 60 levels. Stealth is the main skill to develop.
The last game on the list will be playable on Android via the cloud. It is in the first person and temporarily It is located 19 years after the history it presents Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. In this installment of the saga the protagonists are Jessica and Sophia Blazcowickz, who have to find their father who disappeared. It is located in the 80s.
Users who are subscribed to Xbox Game Pass UltimateFurthermore, they will have a new list of games available that will have touch controls on Android and will be enabled through the cloud. In total there are 13: Donut County, Enter The Gungeon, Fractured Minds, Monster Sanctuary, River City Girls, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics, The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 1, The Walking Dead: Michonne A Telltale Miniseries, The Walking Dead: Season Two, The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season, Touhou Luna Nights, What Remains of Edith Finch Y Yes, Your Grace.
The update, as usual, not only adds titles, it also implies that some will no longer be available on Xbox Game Pass starting this month. Since the middle of February, a total of four games will leave the catalog of this subscription system. The Blob (console), Ninja Gaiden II (console) and World of Horror (for PC) they will be withdrawn from the 15. And on February 16 it joins that list Shadows of the Damned (EA Play-Consola).
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