Xbox Game Pass Adding More Xbox One, PC Games For February, Including Dirt 5


Microsoft has announced a new selection of games for Xbox Game Pass in February. This month’s slate includes the sequel to an old-school RPG favorite, dangerous driving, and outer space action. Dirt 5 is one of the big highlights for the month, as the Codemasters-developed title arrived just in time for the launch of the Xbox Series X/S consoles in November last year.

Later on in the month, PC players can try out the anime Dark Souls action of Code Vein, and then prepare for the massively multiplayer space epic Elite Dangerous. If you’d prefer to mix time manipulation with bullets then Superhot: Mind Control Delete will be available on PC, bringing its signature action with it.

Capcom’s popular Monster Hunter World is also available right now through cloud gaming and will be joined by strategic team platformer Killer Queen Black later this month, which is will also be on console. If you fancy slamming frames of steel into each other, Wreckfest will also be available for some destruction derby mayhem, while a more cerebral role-playing experience can be found in Obsidian Entertainment’s Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire.

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