Microsoft Xbox Game Pass February 2023 Wave 2 Features Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, Soul Hackers 2, F1 22 and More
Xbox Game Pass has announced a new wave of titles joining the popular service later this month.
While the first title of the new wave won’t be arriving until the end of February, players can spend time until then trying out Atomic Heart, the new FPS RPG title from Mundfish and Focus Entertainment.
Regarding the older titles making its way to Xbox Game Pass, the new wave starts off on February 28, with the release of Merge & Blade, a fantasy puzzle game, where players square off against monsters with squads made using square mechanics. The title will be available to play on PC, Cloud and Console.
On the same day, supernatural title Soul Hackers 2 also makes its way to Xbox Game Pass. The Sega game puts players into the shoes of Ringo, as they attempt to save humanity under the neon-filled lights of cyberpunk Japan.
A few days later, on March 2, players can put their racing boots on, as EA Sports’ F1 2022 joins the service. Play as your favourite driver in many of the tracks from last year’s calendar, which includes the new Miami Grand Prix. Plus, experience being an F1 driver in the game’s brilliant Career Mode.
Finally, on March 3, experience a Day 1 Xbox Game Pass title with the release of Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, an RPG title where players become a nameless militia soldier tasked with battling and defeating demons in the Three Kingdoms of China.
While new games will be added in the coming days, Xbox Game Pass will also be removing a few titles off its service as well. The list of titles being removed includes:
- Alien: Isolation (Console and PC)
- Crown Trick (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Dragon Ball FighterZ (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Far: Changing Tides (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (Console and PC)
- Madden NFL 21 (Console and PC) EA Play
- Octopath Traveler (Cloud, Console, and PC)