Xbox Game Pass
for console has kicked of February in style with the one-two addition of Final Fantasy XV
and Wolfenstein: Youngblood
. The former a great entry in a long-running series and the latter a decent but not groundbreaking attempt at adding co-op to the modern Wolfenstein franchise.
Arriving next week is the indie puzzler Death Squared. Details.
Final Fantasy XV
The Final Fantasy series is making its way to Xbox Game Pass starting on February 6 with Final Fantasy XV! Featuring action heavy combat, innovative gameplay, and immersive graphics that push the limits of modern hardware, Final Fantasy XV is an awe-inspiring tale that transports audiences into its vivid imagining of a fantasy world based in reality. Experience this acclaimed instalment in the legendary series that has defined storytelling and adventure in video games for decades.
With the most open-ended Wolfenstein experience to date, explore a new base of operations located deep in the heart of the Paris catacombs and plan how and when to attack and dismantle the Nazi regime. Set 19 years after the events of Wolfenstein II, BJ Blazkowicz’s twin daughters, Jess and Soph Blazkowicz — after years of training from their battle-hardened father — are forced into action. Team up with a friend to level up, explore, and complete missions to unlock abilities that compliment your playstyle.
Death Squared (ID@Xbox)
Prove your teamwork skills in Death Squared as you solve puzzles together or die trying. Guide robots to color-coded goals while avoiding deadly traps and hazards. Players will need close observation and communication to keep each other alive and discover a solution together in this co-op puzzle game for one, two, or four players – best enjoyed with your friends and family with – featuring both a single-player, co-op campaign, and party mode.
With new arrivals there's also news about titles leaving the service soon, which are: Disney Epic Mickey 2, Jackbox Party Pack 2, Pumped BMX Pro, Rage, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider.
For more you can check our review of Final Fantasy XV here
and our review of Wolfenstein: Youngblood here