Microsoft have revealed the next batch of games that will be joining their popular subscription service Xbox Game Pass. Players can look forward to Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Final Fantasy XV and Death Squared.
Last week, Xbox's official Twitter teased that February is going to be a really, really good month for all Xbox One owners. Today, Xbox are starting to fulfil that promise with three new games in Xbox Game Pass. Starting today, 06 February 2020, the popular subscription service will become richer for Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Final Fantasy XV and Death Squared.
The first two games are available today but Death Squared will be coming a bit later - 13 February 2020 to be more precise.
In case you are unfamiliar with these titles, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is Bethesda's latest shooter, which was not really received well since it introduced a couple of unnecessary changes. At the moment it is the worst-rated Wolfenstein game over at Metacritic. However, if you are Xbox Game Pass subscriber and like shooters, give it a go, you may end up liking it.
Final Fantasy XV is an amazing game. Featuring gorgeous graphics and fantastic combat along with traditionally great storytelling and characters, this one is a no-brainer and you should be playing it if you own Xbox Game Pass.
Death Squared is all about teamwork as you and your buddies try to solve puzzles together or die trying. The game supports co-op up to four players but you can also play it solo in a single-player campaign.
Xbox also revealed that several games will be leaving Xbox Game Pass pretty soon. These include Disney Epic Mickey 2, Jackbox Party Pack 2, Pumped BMX Pro, Rage and Shadow of the Tomb Raider.