Microsoft has announced a new selection of games coming to Xbox Game Pass for Console in February 2020, including some massive games.
Kingdom Hearts III is the obvious headline item coming to Xbox Game Pass in February 2020. The massive, convoluted, Disney-powered RPG from Square Enix released a year ago and – while it’s not perfect – it is beloved by fans.
There’s no PC release for Kingdom Hearts III yet, though. The game’s (currently) only available on PS4 and Xbox One, so it’s no surprise that the game is only available on Xbox Game Pass for Console, with no Windows version in sight. (Yet.)
The other big hitters on Xbox Game Pass for Console in February 2020 are Yakuza 0, the prequel at the beginning of Kiryu’s saga, and Two Point Hospital, the spiritual successor to Theme Hospital made by veterans of the original game. Wasteland Remastered is also particularly noteworthy, as Wasteland 3 releases on May 19, 2020.
February 2020 has been a big month for Xbox Game Pass, with Final Fantasy XV, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and Death Squared all making the trip to Xbox’s snazzy subscription service.
Xbox Game Pass for Console – February 2020
- Ninja Gaiden II – February 20
- Kingdom Hearts III – February 25
- Two Point Hospital – February 25
- Wasteland Remastered – February 25
- Yakuza 0 – February 26
- The Jack Box Party Pack 3 – February 27
But it’s not all good news. The addition of these new games means others will sadly be leaving the service in the near future. Here’s the list as it currently stands:
- Fallout 3
- Just Cause 4
- Rise of the Tomb Raider
- Snake Pass
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
- Batman: Return to Arkham – Arkham City
- Batman: Return to Arkham – Arkham Asylum
If you’re not done with these games, you can make use of Xbox Game Pass’s 20% discount to pick them up before they disappear.
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