Xbox Game Pass gets Madden NFL 22, Total War: Warhammer 3 and more for late February 2022

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Xbox has announced the latest set of games to join the Xbox Game Pass library for the last couple of weeks of February 2022.

It’s arguably one of the sparser line-ups in recent months, but that’s only because the last few have been so stacked. We kick off with Mass Effect Legendary Edition making its way to the Cloud today, following its launch on the PC and Console versions of the service back in January.

Three games land on February 17, when you’ll be able to celebrate last weekend’s Superbowl with Madden NFL 22. That’ll be joined by the Xbox One version of Lawn Mowing Simulator to complete its own journey across the formats. The PC meanwhile gets the format-exclusive Total War: Warhammer III on its launch day.

February 22 then sees FPS roguelite Roboquest arrive, also on PC Game Pass. It’ll be joined by 4X strategy Galactic Civilizations III a couple of days later, on February 24. The consoles meanwhile get to step up to the mound in Super Mega Baseball 3. We round off the month with a treat, as PC Game Pass gets to experience Alice: Madness Returns.

Five games are leaving at the end of the month, with four indie titles departing the service on February 28. You’ve got until then to play Hypnospace Outlaw, Killer Queen Black, Stealth Inc 2 and Touhou Luna Nights. The fifth title is EA’s Titanfall, which is being delisted everywhere as previously announced.

As ever, you can check out the Xbox Game Pass perks & extras for late February over on the Xbox Wire.

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Total War: Warhammer 3

  • Release Date: 17 February 2022
    • - 17 February 2022 (PC)
  • Platform(s): PC
  • Genre(s): Strategy