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The February Game Ticket List is Kinda A Snore

The February Game Ticket List is Kinda A Snore

A dragon breathes fire at a group of smaller dragons in Total War: Warhammer III.

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after New Year BannerXbox Game Pass launched in February not by continuing the streak but By getting rid of some of his best toys. Nothing important is getting a shoe. But nothing huge is really coming either. Here it is all Coming to Netflix-for-games from Microsoft in the coming weeks:

February 15

  • Legendary Edition Mass Effect (clouds)

February 17

  • Lawn Mowing Simulator (Control unit)
  • Madden NFL 22via EA Play (console, PC)
  • Total War: Warhammer III (computer)

February 22

  • Roboquestvia game preview (PC)

February 24

  • Galactic Civilizations III (computer)
  • Super Mega Baseball 3via EA Play (console)

February 28

  • Alice: Madness Returnsvia EA Play (PC)

Meanwhile, the following will not be available from February 28, with first person shooters fall of titan The following is on March 1, as a result of the publisher EA Completely delete the game across digital platforms.

  • Hypnospace Outlaw (cloud, console, PC)
  • Killer Queen Black (cloud, console)
  • Stealth Inc 2 (cloud, console)
  • Toho Luna nights (cloud, console, PC)

From Lineup, this week’s new strategy game, Total War: Warhammer IIIShowed by Luke just last night– Marquee only. Legendary Edition Mass Effect It is a good enough addition to cloud gaming, but the game itself was Part of the library throughout the year. And while there are technically some sports here, if you’re reading KotakuWell, you probably know we’re not the biggest sports fans here, but if you’re passionate about them, you’ll get even more power!.

Now, just to be crystal clear here, this is not a complaint—not at all. There are already too many games on Xbox Game Pass for any one person to avail themselves of. Plus, it’d be patently ridiculous to grumble that one of gaming’s rare excellent deals isn’t getting more excellent. (Personally, I’m thankful for the breather.)

But it’s nonetheless interesting to note, both in the wake of the service’s incandescent lineups lately and its yearly subscription numbers. Last month, Microsoft announced Game Pass has 25 million subscribers, up from 18 million the year before — growth, yes, but not at the rate it was until 2020. If Microsoft wants to keep that number on the upside, it’s going to have to do what it better than that.

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