Xbox Game Pass customers will get access to games like Ninja Gaiden 2, Kingdom Hearts 3, and Yakuza 0 on console as part of the membership this month. Those titles sign up with just recently added games like Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Final Dream 15 on Xbox One with Game Pass.
Here’s a full rundown of what’s concerning Xbox One for the rest of February with Xbox Game Pass for Console and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate:
- Ninja Gaiden 2, Feb. 20
- Kingdom Hearts 3, Feb. 25
- 2 Point Medical Facility, Feb. 25
- Wasteland Remastered, Feb. 25
- Yakuza 0, Feb. 26
- Jackbox Celebration Load 3, Feb. 27
Customers to Xbox Game Pass for PC (and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate) will likewise get access to the following:
- Rules: Game of Thrones
- 2 Point Medical Facility
- Wasteland Remastered
- Yakuza 0.
This makes February a great month for Yakuza fans, who get to experience the series prequel that sent out players late ’80 s Tokyo, checking out the rise of yakuza Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima set versus Japan’s financial bubble.
Some Xbox Game Pass titles will soon leave the service, Microsoft alerted today. Games leaving the membership service consist of:
- Fallout 3
- Simply Trigger 4
- Rise of the Burial Place Raider
- Snake Pass
- The Senior Scrolls 4: Oblivion
- Batman: Go Back To Arkham– Arkham City
- Batman: Go Back To Arkham– Arkham Asylum
Xbox Game Pass for Console costs $9.99 per month, and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (that includes access to Xbox Live Gold)costs $14.99 per month Xbox Game Pass for PC, presently in beta, ispriced at $4.99 per month Microsoft is using advertising rates– simply $1 monthly– for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox Game Pass for PC.