Exciting Additions to Xbox Game Pass: A Glimpse at January and February's Titles

Microsoft has announced the next wave of titles coming to Xbox Game Pass for console, PC and Xbox Cloud Gaming

by Sededin Dedovic
Exciting Additions to Xbox Game Pass: A Glimpse at January and February's Titles
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Microsoft has just revealed the upcoming wave of titles joining Xbox Game Pass on its consoles, PC and Xbox Cloud Gaming platforms. The diverse selection of games caters to a wide range of gaming preferences, ensuring subscribers have a range of options to enjoy.

Everyone will find a title for themselves, no one will be left short-handed. Kicking off the line is "Those Who Remain," available on Cloud, consoles, and PC starting today. After carefully watching on January 18, players can immerse themselves in the whimsical world of "Turnip Boy Robbs the Bank" (Cloud, Consoles and PC) and experience the high-octane thrills of "F1 23" (Consoles, and PC, EA Play ).

Really good titles, and very popular games. As January progresses, players can expect the arrival of "Palworld" on January 19, offering an immersive experience across Cloud, consoles and PC. The end of the month will see the launch of "Go Mecha Ball" on January 25th and the unusual "Brotato" on January 30th, both available on Cloud, consoles and PC.

Looking ahead to February, subscribers can mark their calendars for the addition of "Persona 3 Reload" on February 2nd and "Anuchard" on February 6th, both of which expand the variety of games available on Cloud, consoles and PC.

January's additions have already seen blockbuster titles like "Assassin's Creed Valhalla" (Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X|S), the chilling "Resident Evil 2" (Cloud, Console and PC) and the atmospheric "Close to the Sun" (Cloud, Console and PC) joining the extensive Game Pass library.

However, that's not all add-ons; "Hitman: World of Assassination" (Cloud, Console and PC) will say goodbye to Game Pass on January 31st, so players eager to experience the world of Agent 47 should take advantage of the opportunity before he leaves.

In a recent development, Microsoft hinted at a potential innovation in its subscription model by considering the introduction of Xbox Game Pass streaming with an ad-supported option. This proposal could provide an alternative way of access for players who want to enjoy a wide range of titles without a traditional subscription.

Subscribers can look forward to a dynamic and ever-expanding library, ensuring there's always something exciting no matter what genre of video game you prefer.