Xbox Game Pass January and February
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New Xbox Game Pass January/February Games Announced

Microsoft has revealed the next batch of games headed to Xbox Game Pass in the coming weeks. These games fall under the January and February lineup as some titles, including Persona 3 Reload and Anuchard are set to launch in early February.

Other games on the list include Palworld which was released as an early access game on Xbox Game Pass last week. The game is a Pokemon-like clone but instead of catching monsters in cute PokeBalls, players wrangle them around and use them to kill other monsters and even people.

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Keep in mind that Xbox Game Pass will likely get more titles in the coming weeks too. Don’t count on these games being the only additions to the service for February. Here are all your Xbox Game Pass January/February games.

Xbox Game Pass January and February Games

Coming to Xbox Game Pass

  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (Cloud, Console & PC) – Available Now
  • Close to the Sun (Cloud, Console & PC) – Available Now
  • Figment (Cloud, Console & PC) – Available Now
  • Go Mecha Ball (Cloud, Console & PC) – 25 January
  • Hell Let Loose (Cloud, Console & Series) – Available Now
  • Resident Evil 2 (Cloud, Console & PC) – Available Now
  • Super Mega Baseball 4 (Cloud, Console & PC) – Available Now
  • Those Who Remain (Cloud, Console & PC) – Available Now
  • We Happy Few (Cloud, Console & PC) – Available Now
  • F1 23 (Console & PC) – 18 January
  • Turnip Boy Robs a Bank (Cloud, Console & PC) – 18 January
  • Palworld (Cloud, Console & PC) – 19 January
  • Brotato (Cloud, Console & PC) – 30 January
  • Persona 3 Reload (Cloud, Console & PC) – 2 February
  • Anuchard (Cloud, Console & PC) – 6 February

Leaving Xbox Game Pass on 31 January

  • Hitman: World of Assassination (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • F1 2021 (Cloud and Console) EA Play

Source: Xbox Wire

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