Microsoft revealed the next batch of games coming to Games With Gold in February and the company made sure to cover all the bases by adding TT Isle of Man, Call of Cthulhu, Fable Heroes and Dice's 2015 hit Star Wars: Battlefront.
Note that this is not Battlefront 2, the one that kickstarted the entire loot box and pay-to-win debate, but its predecessor, which thankfully had no such issues.
First things first though, and we'll start with the freshest of the lot, which is Cyanide's Lovecraftian RPG survival horror from 2018 and an adaptation of the popular pen-and-paper RPG - Call of Chtulhu.
"Investigate a family death on an isolated island where nothing is as it seems. Trust no one in a story filled with strange creatures, weird science and sinister cults, set within the iconic universe of H.P. Lovecraft", the description reads. Call of Chtulhu is available from 16 February to 15 March 2020 on Xbox One.
Next up is KT Racing and Bigben Interactive's take on the iconic motorcycle race TT Isle of Man. If you like driving simulations, and by this we mean accurate and challenging recreations of breakneck racing, then TT Isle of Man will be up your alley. It will be available on Xbox One from 1 to 29 February 2020.
Fable Heroes, Lionhead's hack-and-slash adventure from the Fable universe is available for Xbox 360 and Xbox One via Backward compatibility from 1 to 15 February 2020.
Last but not least is Star Wars: Battlefront, where you can "participate in memorable battles from the first six Star Wars films as you fight on the front lines with every weapon and vehicle you see at your disposal." It's available on Xbox 360 and Xbox One from 16 to 29 February 2020.