Xbox Game Pass is about to get a few more new games for PC and console, including a Final Fantasy game.
Microsoft has confirmed that Final Fantasy XV and Wolfenstein: Youngblood are coming to both Xbox Game Pass for PC and console. Meanwhile, Death’s Gambit is coming to the service on PC. Death Squared is coming to the service on console.
In addition, the Bleeding Edge beta is coming on Valentine’s Day. The 4v4 team brawler will have its beta run from February 14 until February 16.
Having launched in late 2016, Final Fantasy XV is fairly old now. But series veterans who haven’t had a chance to play it yet should find it to be a welcome addition to Xbox Game Pass. As for Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the co-op spin-off spun out with critics, but it might be worth playing now that it’s free for Game Pass subscribers.
There’s been a lot of news for the service lately. Shadow of the Tomb Raider and four other titles are leaving the service. A Plague Tale Innocence, Indivisible, Gris, and Sea Salt were recently added.
Not an Xbox Game Pass subscriber? New subscribers can get three months of Ultimate for $1. Existing subscribers who need to renew can get three months of Xbox Game Pass for console for $9.09 or three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $22.79.