Xbox Games Pass February additions include CrossfireX, Telling Lies and more

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February’s another bumper month for Xbox Game Pass, and we now know which games subscribers will get in the first couple of weeks.

As per the Xbox Wire, Contrast is first to arrive on console and Cloud on February 3. Close behind is roguelike Dreamscaper and Sam Barlow’s Her Story follow-up Telling Lies on the same day. Both of those arrive on Cloud, Console and PC. Besiege is next on the docket on February 10, with physics puzzles galore. Then, the long awaited, Remedy-developed single player campaign to Crossfire X launches onto console the same day.

Also on February 10 is turn based JRPG love letter Edge of Eternity, and Skul: The Hero Slayer which is a rogue-lite with 100 (count ’em!) playable characters. Finally, you can battle hordes of zombies and monsters in the lengthily-titled The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom. Once more all three of those are on Cloud, Console and PC.

Ark: Ultimate Survivor Edition upgrades the existing Ark: Survival Evolved on Xbox Game Pass to include every single expansion available on Valentine’s Day, so it must be love. Infernax joins it, if dinosaurs aren’t your bag and you more prefer adventures with knights. Both games are available on PC, Cloud and Console, while the latter is launching day one.

Sadly, there’s some big names leaving the service on February 15. You’ve got just over two weeks to get your fix of the below, including the excellent Control. As ever, you’ll find more information including Perks on the February Xbox Game Pass additions on the Xbox Wire.

  • Control (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Code Vein (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age (Console and PC)
  • The Medium (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Project Winter (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • The Falconeer (Cloud, Console, and PC)

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Crossfire X

  • Release Date: 31 December 2020
    • - 31 December 2020 (Xbox One)
  • Platform(s): Xbox One
  • Genre(s): First Person, Shooter