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Xbox Game Pass serves up seven more games for February, including Superhot

Dirt 5, Wreckfest also deliver racing action on all platforms

the player throws at sword at an enemy in Superhot: Mind Control Delete
Superhot: Mind Control Delete
Image: Superhot Team
Owen S. Good is a longtime veteran of video games writing, well known for his coverage of sports and racing games.

Xbox Game Pass’s lineup coming in the second half of February has quite a few additions. The coming week gives subscribers Obsidian Entertainment’s role-playing game Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire — Ultimate Edition and Bugbear’s demolition derby sim Wreckfest. The week after brings Elite Dangerous, Dirt 5 and Superhot: Mind Control Delete.

It starts on Thursday, Feb. 18 with Code Vein (available on PC; console subscribers got it back in December), a 2019 action RPG inspired by the Dark Souls franchise. Pillars of Eternity 2 (console) and Wreckfest (cloud and console) are available the same day.

Feb. 23 sees indie-arcade hit Killer Queen Black (cloud and console), followed by Dirt 5 (cloud, console, and PC) Elite Dangerous, (console) and Superhot: Mind Control Delete (PC) on Feb. 25.

Dirt 5 coming to Xbox Game Pass means Dirt 4 is leaving on Feb. 24. Five other titles drop out of the Game Pass library on February 28: 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).

Subscribers who only want the PC catalog of games can sign up for $9.99 a month; the same goes for those who only need console (Xbox One and Xbox Series X). Xbox Game Pass Ultimate gets subscribers everything, including the ability to stream games onto Android mobile devices. Apple iOS users can start streaming Xbox Game Pass games sometime this spring. New subscribers get their first month for $1.