The second wave of Xbox Game Pass titles for February and early March has been revealed. There are only four games headed to the service between now and March 3rd, but if you're a JRPG fan, one of them is well worth catching up on, and the others aren't too shabby either.
First up, Xbox would like to remind you that alt-history Soviet shooter Atomic Heart is available via Game Pass right now, although you may want to think about whether it's worth your time or not. Arriving on February 28th is fantasy auto-battling puzzler Merge & Blade, which is coming to Game Pass via console, PC, and cloud gaming.
The second addition on February 28th is Soul Hackers 2, the fifth installment in the Devil Summoner franchise, which is itself a spinoff of the overarching Shin Megami Tensei JRPG empire. As Ringo, you must investigate and hopefully avert a potential apocalypse, and you'll work alongside both human and Demon allies to do so. This one's coming to console, PC, and cloud too.
Following these two games, F1 22 makes its way to Game Pass on March 2nd via EA Play. It's the official game of the Formula One organization, so if you're an F1 petrolhead, then you owe it to yourself to play F1 22 (assuming you haven't already, of course). Finally, on March 3rd, Soulslike action RPG Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty arrives on console, PC, and cloud, although you're going to need a pretty beastly machine to get the best performance out of the game.
Sadly, several games are also departing Game Pass on February 28th. Be sure you've played these games as much as you need to before they leave. Here's a full list of the games that are seeking pastures new next week.
- Alien: Isolation
- Crown Trick
- Dragon Ball FighterZ
- Far: Changing Tides
- Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII
- Madden NFL 21
- Octopath Traveler
You can grab an Xbox Game Pass subscription via either your Xbox console or the official Xbox site.