Xbox Game Pass is widely considered one of the best values in the gaming industry, thanks to its robust selection of high-quality games spread across a variety of genres. This library continually grows over time, as Xbox unveils new additions to Xbox Game Pass an average of twice a month. As we enter February 2022, Xbox has unveiled the latest titles that will soon be heading to Xbox and PC Game Pass.
Xbox Game Pass may not be injected with so much top-tier games like last month, but there’s still plenty to get excited about. The best Xbox Game Pass games are getting some new company in the first two weeks of February, including a highly anticipated first-person shooter and a handful of beloved indie gems.
The headlining addition this month is CrossfireX. Or, at least, the first part of CrossfireX’s single-player campaign, because multiplayer is free. Gamers have been waiting for CrossfireX for ages, and it’s officially just around the corner and is heading to Xbox Game Pass on day one. Elsewhere, players can expect additions like Besiege, Edge of Eternity, and Skul: The Hero Slayer, all of which are popular indie titles.
The games listed here can head anywhere Xbox Game Pass is available, including Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PC, and Xbox Cloud Gaming. Due to the sheer volume of titles, it can be difficult to keep track of all the games going in and out of Xbox Game Pass.
Here are the games coming and going from Xbox and PC Game Pass in February 2022.
You can check out all the titles coming to Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Cloud Gaming below:
Contrast (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Xbox Cloud Gaming) – February 3
Explore a dreamlike, vaudevillian world of the 1920s, where you can freely step in and out of the shadows. Tasked with helping a young girl named Didi, you’ll unravel the mysteries behind her troubled family and the dark secrets that must be revealed to reshape her future.
Dreamscaper (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and PC) – February 3
An endlessly replayable action roguelike with a dream/wake gameplay cycle. At night, dive deep into your subconscious, battling nightmares in an ever-changing world filled with unique items, abilities, and challenges. By day, explore the town of Redhaven, build relationships and unlock permanent upgrades to take on the next dream stronger than ever.
Telling Lies (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and PC) – February 3
An investigative thriller with non-linear storytelling, Telling Lies revolves around a cache of secretly recorded video conversations. Starring Logan Marshall-Green, Alexandra Shipp, Kerry Bishé, Angela Sarafyan, and directed by Sam Barlow, creator of Her Story and writer/designer of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories.
Siege: Game Preview (Xbox Series X|S Optimized, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and PC) – February 10
Besiege is a physics-based construction game where you build war machines to smash fortresses, annihilate legions of soldiers, circumvent hazards, and solve physics puzzles. In the single-player campaign, you’ll fight your way through four distinct islands, each with their own theme, filled with fully destructible levels and watch your enemies be brought to their knees.
CrossfireX (Xbox Series X|S Optimized and Xbox One) – February 10
Play CrossfireX’s first single-player campaign, Operation: Catalyst, developed in partnership with Remedy Entertainment. Take control of a Global Risk unit as it traverses enemy territory to rescue its captured teammate and uncover the dark secrets of the Black List Mercenary group.
Edge of Eternity (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and PC) – February 10
Wage epic turn-based battles as you follow Daryon and Selene on their quest to find a cure for all-consuming corrosion in this grand story of hope and sacrifice, created by a small team of passionate JRPG lovers.
Skul: The Hero Slayer (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and PC) – February 10
Skul is a fast-paced rogue-lite where losing your mind is encouraged. With 100 playable characters, each with their own unique abilities and a ton of items that can create wild synergies, battles are as electrifying as they are challenging.
The Last Children on Earth and the Staff of Doom (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and PC) – February 10
Battle hordes of zombies and monsters in The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom, a semi-open-world action RPG that tells a new story in the post-apocalyptic city of Wakefield. Playing as teenage survivors Jack, Quint, June or Dirk, you’ll explore zombie-infested streets in your quest to stop Malondre, a powerful adversary from obtaining the Staff of Doom.
ARK: Ultimate Survival Edition (Xbox Series X|S Optimized, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and PC) – February 14
Discover everything the Ark franchise has to offer with Game Pass in this definitive collection! Tame and ride primitive creatures as you explore wild lands, team up with other players to engage in epic tribal battles, and travel together on the greatest dinosaur-filled adventure of all time.
Infernax (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and PC) – February 14
Infernax is the adventures of a great knight who returns to his homeland to find it plagued by unholy magic. In your quest to find and destroy the source of this corruption by any means necessary, you will face ruthless creatures, dangerous beasts and precarious terrain.
You can check out all the titles coming soon to Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Cloud Gaming below:
- Control (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming and PC)
- Code Vein (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming and PC)
- Final Fantasy XII Age of the Zodiac (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC)
- Support (Xbox Series X|S Optimized, Xbox Cloud Gaming and PC)
- Project Winter (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming and PC)
- The Falconeer (Xbox Series X|S Optimized, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming and PC)
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