All Xbox Game Pass releases this month for console, cloud & PC (February 2024)

All Xbox Game Pass releases this month for console, cloud & PC (February 2024)
Images via Microsoft

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Tarran Stockton & Jack Roberts

Last updated 

20th Feb 2024 14:06

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There are a handful of games coming to Xbox Game Pass this month, with one major release already on the service

Xbox Game Pass has been a revelation for many people, providing a cheap way to play brand-new games, and some of the best titles from recent years, all for a small monthly fee. If you want to see what you can get your hands on in early 2024, check out all the new Xbox Game Pass releases below.

Xbox Game Pass games this month

Persona 3 Reload's protagonist
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With another slate of games revealed on February 20, there's plenty on offer this month. Aside from the day-one arrival of Persona 3 Reload (a game we were very fond of in our review), Madden NFL 24 dropped right in time for the Superbowl, too.

Don't sleep on Return to Grace, either, while we loved Boltgun, too.

Games Platforms Release Date
Persona 3 Reload Console, PC & Cloud February 2nd, 2024
Anuchard Console, PC & Cloud February 6th, 2024
Train Sim World 4 Console, PC & Cloud February 7th, 2024
Resident Evil 3 Remake Console, PC & Cloud February 13th, 2024
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Console, PC & Cloud February 14th, 2024
A Little to the Left Console & Cloud February 15th, 2024
PlateUp! Console, PC & Cloud February 15th, 2024
Return to Grace Console, PC & Cloud February 20th, 2024
Tales of Arise Console, PC & Cloud February 20th, 2024
Bluey: The Videogame Console, PC & Cloud February 22nd, 2024
Maneater Console, PC & Cloud February 27, 2024
Madden NFL 24 Cloud February 27, 2024
Indivisible Console, PC & Cloud February 28, 2024
Space Engineers Console, PC & Cloud February 29, 2024
Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun Console, PC & Cloud March 5, 2024

In addition to these games, you can obtain a variety of perks at the moment with an Xbox Game Pass subscription. If you're curious to know what you can get, here are some of the perks on offer:

  • 3 free months of Discord Nitro (valid until June 29th 2024)
  • 3 free months of Calm Premium
  • Loot for games including Sea of Thieves, World of Tanks, Phantasy Star Online 2 New Genesis and more

Games leaving Game Pass in February 2024

As of the time of writing, four games are dropping out of the service:

Galactic Civilizations 3 and Opus: Echo of Starsong left on February 15, while Madden NFL 22 and Soul Hackers 2 will leave on February 29.

What is Xbox Game Pass? Riot Games and EA Play explained

If you're new to the Xbox ecosystem, or just Xbox Game Pass in general, the easiest way to explain the service is that it's a subscription service for games.

Xbox Game Pass logo
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Depending on the tier you opt for, you'll get access to a huge number of games, potentially across both Xbox consoles, your Windows PC, and even via your phone using cloud streaming.

Naturally, it wouldn't be worth the price if the games weren't of a certain level of quality, but Microsoft does a great job of curating its library with an array of bangers.

Aside from first-party releases like Halo Infinite and Starfield, indie darlings like Celeste, and third-party games like Lies of P, there are also additional discounts available and a series of perks like the aforementioned Discord Nitro, starter packs for games like SMITE, and much more.

Perhaps my favourite perks, however, relate to Riot Games and EA.

If you link your Riot account and your Xbox Game Pass subscription, you'll unlock goodies in LoL, TFT, VALORANT, Wild Rift, and even Legends of Runeterra, which I've listed below:

VALORANT key art showing Phoenix and Jett
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Image via Riot Games

League of Legends

  • All League of Legends Champions on Day One (including all 160+ released so far)
  • +20% XP boost

League of Legends: Wild Rift

  • All League of Legends Wild Rift Champions on Day One (including all 80+ released so far)
  • +20% XP boost

Legends of Runeterra

  • All cards in the Foundation set

Teamfight Tactics

  • 1-Star Rare Little Legend
  • 1 monthly Arena skin

VALORANT

  • All Agents on Day One
  • +20% Match XP boost for Battle Pass and Events

Wingsuiting character in Battlefield 2042
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Image via EA

On the other hand, you also get additional content from EA, including a huge array of games, and additional discounts.

That means that with EA Play included in Game Pass, you'll get access to titles like Battlefield 2042, Dead Space Remake, and the criminally underrated Wild Hearts. There's also a huge number of classic titles included, too, including the Mass Effect Trilogy, Jade Empire, Mirror's Edge and the Crysis games.

How much is Xbox Game Pass? Membership tiers explained

DOOM Eternal Key Art
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DOOM Eternal is included in all Game Pass plans

Xbox Game Pass, at the time of writing, comes in four tiers of membership:

Xbox Game Pass Core

  • $9.99 per month.
  • Includes online multiplayer
  • Access to a library of 38 titles, including Forza Horizon 4, Halo 5, Hellblade and Fallout 4

Xbox Game Pass Console

  • $10.99 per month
  • Includes all Core benefits
  • Access to Game Pass console library, including Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, Dead By Daylight, Deathloop and hundreds more
  • Includes EA Play and Riot benefits, as well as other perks

Xbox Game Pass PC

  • $9.99 per month.
  • Access to Game Pass PC library, including Far Cry 6, Palworld, Crusader Kings 3 and Forza Horizon 5
  • Includes EA Play and Riot benefits, as well as other perks

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

  • $16.99 per month.
  • Includes all benefits of Core, Console and PC plans
  • Access to both Console and PC libraries, and access to cloud gaming services on your device of choice

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With an ever-changing library, you can always check our Xbox homepage for more updates. While you're choosing your games, why not check out the best monitors for the Xbox Series S, so you can play them in crisp detail?

Tarran is a Senior Guides Writer at GGRecon. He previously wrote reviews for his college newspaper before studying Media and Communication at university. His favourite genres include role-playing games, strategy games, and boomer shooters - along with anything indie. You can also find him in the pit at local hardcore shows.

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