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Xbox Game Pass – Games you might have missed: February Edition

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Another month, another great selection of titles added to XBOX GAME PASS! With such a wealth of titles, your friendly neighbourhood bearded gamer’s have once again cherry-picked a selection that you may have missed. This month we have spikey hair, elaborate swords, high fantasy role-playing, nazi slaying twins, Lovecraftian evil and fish! let’s take a look.

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Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition

Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition brings the acclaimed epic to new heights, packed with add-on content and new features. Join Prince Noctis and his closest friends as they fight against the empire in an effort to take back their fallen kingdom. As well as featuring all previously released season pass content royal edition also features a new dungeon leading straight to the game’s climactic end, First-Person View mode allowing players to see Eos through Noctis’s eyes, New gear, new bosses and additional achievements.

 

Wolfenstein: Young Blood

Nineteen years after the events of Wolfenstein II, BJ Blazkowicz has disappeared after a mission into Nazi-occupied Paris. Now, after years of training from their battle-hardened father, BJ’s twin daughters, Jess and Soph Blazkowicz, are forced into action. The first co-op Wolfenstein is packed full explosions, Action, Badass weapons and Nazi slaying mayhem.

 

Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour

Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour features an authentic career mode where you work your way up to an elite angler competing against over 100 of the best anglers in the world across Bass, Carp and Predator fishing whilst unlocking sponsorship opportunities, gaining career earnings and social media followers as you go. Get fishy with your friends in custom online multiplayer that allows you to set the rules. Choose different options such as a number of rounds, length of the match, catch species, venue, weather conditions.

 

Wasteland Remastered

Originally released in 1988, Wasteland brought the post-apocalypse to video games and inspired a genre. Play one of history’s defining RPGs with completely overhauled graphics, sound, and expanded musical score. The year is 2087, nearly a century after an all-out nuclear war turned vast swaths of the Earth into a radioactive hellscape. You are a Desert Ranger, a band of stalwart lawmen who are the only hope left in what was once the American southwest, and good people’s last defence against hunger, sickness, ravaging raiders, and mutants.

 

Sea Salt

Ever wanted to smite mankind from the face of the earth? Raise some hell and send a hoard of grotesque minions out to do your bidding by tearing flesh, gnawing on bones and drinking blood? Well if the answer to any of the above is yes then we suggest you speak to a psychiatrist or at the very least, take a look at Sea Salt.

 

Death Squared

Navigate a series of sinister puzzles by controlling coloured cubes in levels filled with all manner of traps and obstacles. Tackle this one alone or with friends, Death Squared is full of evolving mechanics to keep you on your toes across eighty story levels plus and additional forty, four-player party levels.

 

Black Desert

Black Desert is an expansive MMORPG sprawling across vast and various regions. From the forests of Calpheon to the harsh deserts of Valencia, Black Desert has a whole world to explore. Jump into fast-paced action combat, hunt monsters and huge bosses, fight with friends in siege warfare, or fish, trade and craft your way to riches. Better set aside a few hundred hours for this one!

 

What have you been playing from the fine selection on Game Pass? Anything you think we should take a look at and add to next months list? Get in touch via social media or leave a comment below.

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