The release of the Xbox Game Pass's latest video games in February coincides with the announcement of the titles that, unfortunately, will be phased out of Microsoft's subscription service.
The Redmond house is preparing to'streamline' the game Pass's playful and content offerings, with a view to permanent updating and extending it. Among the games that will soon be canceled is Alien Isolation, a cult survival horror game developed by Creative Assembly and SEGA that is focused on Amanda Ripley's roles in the Alien film franchise.
The names of the fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ and the role-playing adventure Octopath Traveler stand out in the American company's list. Here is the complete list of games that will soon be released on Xbox and PC Game Pass's digital catalog:
Crown Trick (Cloud, Xbox e PC) Alien: Isolation (Xbox e PC) Far: Changing Tides (Cloud, Xbox e PC) Madden NFL 21 (Xbox e PC) EA Play Octopath Traveler (Cloud, Xbox e PC)
Microsoft has provided a deadline for Xbox Wire users to be able to enjoy the above 'free' games on Game Pass on Tuesday 28 February. Until then, each of the games in question may be purchased by Xbox Live Gold or Game Pass Ultimate members for a fixed 20% discount, as part of Microsoft Store promotions.