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Xbox Game Pass' Next Batch of Titles Have Been Revealed

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Games discussed: , Killer Queen Black, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, Wreckfest, DiRT 5, SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE, Code Vein

Microsoft has revealed the next group of games that will soon be making their way to Xbox Game Pass. 

On the Xbox Wire, it was revealed which titles players will soon be able to play through Game Pass. The first group of games will be made available on February 18th. The first game is Code Vein, which will be available on the PC version of Game Pass. After that is Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire - Ultimate Edition, which will be available for the Cloud and Console versions of the service. The final game coming out on the 18th is Wreckfest, which will be available on all three platforms that Game Pass supports. 

The next title that will come to Game Pass soon is Killer Queen Black. Killer Queen Black will join the service on February 23rd. It will be available on the Cloud and Console versions of Game Pass. 

The final three games that are coming to Game Pass soon will join the  service on February 25th. The first game is Dirt 5, which will be available for Cloud, Console, and PC. After that will be Elite Dangerous, which will only be available on the Console version of Game Pass. The final title coming to Game Pass on the 25th is Superhot: Mind Control Delete, which will be available on the PC version of Game Pass. 

It was also revealed which titles will be leaving Game Pass soon. The following game will leave Game Pass on February 24th:

  • Dirt 4 (Console)

The following games will leave the service on the 28th:

  • Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight (Console and PC)
  • Mother Russia Bleeds (PC)
  • Oxenfree (Console and PC)
  • The Jackbox Party Pack 4 (Console)
  • Vambrace: Cold Soul (Console and PC)

For those who want to keep these games after they leave Game Pass, they can purchase them at a discount before they leave the service. 

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