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It’s a fantastic time to be an Xbox Game Pass subscriber. There are many exciting exclusives set to join the subscription service throughout the year, and there are also many third-party games set to follow. While the Xbox Game Pass February 2024 games list is light as of writing, subscribers do have a new masterpiece with a 90 rating on Metacritic to anticipate.
Last year we were treated to a bombardment of incredible video game releases, and the momentum hasn’t slowed down for the beginning of 2024. Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League early access is available right now, Palworld has taken over the world and is part of Game Pass January 2024, and the 2024 release schedule includes many great games for February such as the long-anticipated Skull and Bones from Ubisoft.
While you can pay to play Suicide Squad and Skull and Bones next month, Microsoft subscribers get to enjoy a new masterpiece from day one at no added cost.
Xbox Game Pass February 2024 games list
Below is the list of confirmed games joining Xbox Game Pass in February 2024:
- Persona 3 Reload – Feb 2nd
- Anuchard – Feb 6th
- PlateUp! – Feb 15th
The month is very light on games so far, but Microsoft will announce the full lineup soon. Yet, despite the full lineup still waiting to be revealed, Persona 3 Reload already makes it an incredible month of offerings.
In our Persona 3 Reload review, we bestowed the game with a 9/10. It has an excellent soundtrack, the gorgeous visual style is on par with Persona 5 Royal, and it has lots of new content that deepens your friendship with social links and the members of SEES. On Metacritic, reviews are equally favorable as it currently has a 90 overall for PC and an 89 for PS5. Check out the release time for Persona 3 Reload to find out when you can begin climbing Tartarus as soon as possible.
As for the other games, Anuchard is a delight with a very positive reception on Steam, and PlateUp! has an overwhelmingly positive reception on Steam as a fun cooking and restaurant management game. Again, more titles will join Xbox Game Pass in February 2024, we’re just waiting for Microsoft to pull the curtain aside on the full lineup of games.
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