If you’re an Xbox Game Pass subscriber, you can now play Wolfenstein: Young Blood and Final Fantasy 15. And, starting February 13, Microsoft is adding the an indie co-op puzzler Death Squared. If you’re a PC subscriber, you have access to Wolfenstein and FF15 as well, but instead of getting access to Death Squared on the 13th, you’ll get to place Death’s Gambit, a 2d action platformer that is said to have “deep RPG elements.”
On top of all this, from February 14-16, you’ll get to participate in the closed beta testing of Bleeding Edge, a new Microsoft Game Studios multiplayer game. This is the game that Microsoft took over when it acquired Ninja Theory some time ago. When the game officially launches on March 24th, assuming the closed beta testing goes well and delays aren’t needed, it will be available to play via your Game Pass subscription. The closed beta is available to Xbox One and PC Game Pass subscribers.
On that note, there will be some games leaving Game Pass soon as well. So, if you still haven’t checked out Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Rage, Pumped BMX Pro, or Disney Epic Mickey 2, now is a good time to do it. There’s no word on exactly when they will be removed, but it will happen before March, so you don’t have a lot of time left.