Here are some of the big video games releases for the month of February 2016. Be sure to check out the list we put together of our most anticipated games of 2016.
What are you looking forward to playing? Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments.
Unfortunately not all games being released this month have firm dates so those are not included.
Gravity Rush Remastered, (PlayStation 4) - One of the very first PlayStation Vita games is getting remastered for the PlayStation 4 —check out our review of the original. Its sequel was announced at TGS 2015 and is set to come out in 2016. Check out the reveal trailer.
Assassin's Creed Chronicles: Russia, (PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Windows PC and Xbox One) - The final installment of Chronicles is set in 1918 Russia and tells the story of Nikolai Orlov. The Assassin's Creed Chronicles Trilogy Pack will be released the same day, with the PlayStation Vita version coming April 5. Here's our review of Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China.
Firewatch, (Linux, Mac, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC) - Starting with just one painting, Campo Santo's first game comes to you from veterans of Telltale Games (The Walking Dead) and Klei Entertainment (Mark of the Ninja) who founded the studio.
Street Fighter 5, (PlayStation 4 and Windows PC) Capcom's deal with Sony is giving us a more cinematic Street Fighter experience along with our multiplayer fix, unfortunately we'll have to wait until June for the single-player add-on.
Fire Emblem Fates, (Nintendo 3DS) The newest release in the strategy RPG series features three different versions of the game, each one containing a unique storyline. With the English version comes a myriad of localization changes, including 100 percent less face rubbing.
Far Cry Primal, (PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One) The new Far Cry allows you to travel 12,000 years into the past to stab prehistoric badgers. Unfortunately PC gamers will have to wait until March 1. Watch us play the first 50 minutes.
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2, (PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One) - Featuring the ability to be played offline and a new four-player co-op mode, this sequel looks to build on the surprise hit its predecessor was.
Polygon Video: The most anticipated games of 2016
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