Tales Of Arise, Indivisible, Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun, And More Slated For Xbox Game Pass February 2024 New Update


Posted on February 20, 2024 by Nick Moreno

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This past week, Microsoft shared major news regarding Xbox Game Pass. Partly, the Xbox firm announced that the total subscription counts for its service is now counting 34 million users. Even more, it also has an update on its plans for the library moving forward. As part of the Activision Blizzard King acquisition, the first addition to Xbox Game Pass will be Diablo IV later in March next month.

Additionally, the firm already kicked off February strong with its latest lineup reveal earlier on. In that, titles including Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night, Resident Evil 3, PlateUp! Were just a few of the new roster that was shared then. The more surprising news is that four Xbox Game Pass titles are also said to be hitting other platforms in the near future, Microsoft said at its recent podcast.

For the new announcements regarding Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft shares a new list of titles coming for the remainder of February 2024. You can read the whole selection below:

Console

Tales of Arise – 2/20
Bluey: The Videogame – 2/22
Maneater – 2/27
Indivisible – 2/28
Space Engineers – 2/29
Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun – 3/5

PC

Tales of Arise – 2/20
Bluey: The Videogame – 2/22
Maneater – 2/27
Indivisible – 2/28
Space Engineers – 2/29
Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun – 3/5

Cloud

Tales of Arise – 2/20
Bluey: The Videogame – 2/22
Maneater – 2/27
Madden NFL 24 [EA Play] – 2/27
Indivisible – 2/28
Space Engineers – 2/29
Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun – ⅗

For titles on the way out, there are two games exiting Xbox Game Pass on February 29th. Those titles being Madden NFL 22 [EA Play] (Console; PC), and Soul Hackers 2 (Cloud; Console; PC). From the list, we recommend you read our first-impressions for Indivisible. “Overall, Indivisible takes the best of RPG and Platforming and blends them into something insanely unique, with some of the best art and fluid animation I have seen for an independent title. This is surely one to look out for.”

Adding to that, we also did a review for Tales of Arise we suggest reading. “Tales of Arise uses excellent writing and characters with great effect. Fantastic visuals and a deep combat system round out the package to make it one of the best entries in this storied franchise.” You can read the full piece by heading here.

What has you most interested in this new list for Xbox Game Pass?

Source: Xbox Wire

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