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Xbox Game Pass February games: Final Fantasy 15, Wolfenstein: Youngblood

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Rage and Shadow of the Tomb Raider leaving by month’s end

Final Fantasy 15 Tokyo Game Show 2016 screenshots Image: Square Enix

Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Final Fantasy 15 headline the new titles available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers, beginning tomorrow.

They’ll be joined on Feb. 13 by Death Squared, a co-operative puzzle game brought in by Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program. Death Squared launched in 2017 on Xbox One as well as Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It was previously offered to Xbox Live Gold subscribers in July 2018.

Final Fantasy 15, which launched in November 2016, needs little introduction. It’s the latest epic in the 32-year-old series. Although it launched to critical acclaim and was a sales hit for Square Enix, the publisher scrapped three of the last four character expansions players expected in 2019 after game director Hajime Tabata left the company.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood is also the latest episode in a long-tenured franchise. The first-person shooter, which follows the twin daughters of B.J. Blazkowicz through an alternate history of France in 1980, launched last summer. The game focuses on co-operative play with players taking control of one of the two main characters to finish off the Nazi threat.

Leaving the Xbox Game Pass library by the end of the month are Rage, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Epic Mickey 2, Jackbox Party Pack 2, and Pumped BMX Pro. Subscribers who want to keep playing those games get a 20% discount on purchasing them outright.