Strong products, such as Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition, have just been included to the Xbox Game Pass selection. We must, regrettably, acknowledge that more games are departing the service.
We are dealing with some really intriguing productions at the moment. It turns out that Xbox Game Pass will stop supporting CrossfireX: Operation Catalyst in February, most likely around the middle of the month. In February 2022, this production will only be available on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. Despite the game’s initially underwhelming reaction (3.8/10 rating), the developers have made significant advancements in recent upgrades.
The highly regarded Skul: The Hero Slayer is another creation that is worthwhile catching your attention before it is afterwards removed from Xbox Game Pass. The side-scrolling action game in the roguelite genre has an overall rating of 8/10. (information from MetaCritic). Besiege is another intriguing production that lets you create powerful siege machines at your leisure. However, it is important to keep in mind that we are still working on this title’s early iteration.
The following titles will eventually exit Xbox Game Pass, however an exact date is not yet known (we are waiting for information from Microsoft). Most likely, this will occur on February 15. (for now, the games are in the “leaving soon” category).
Games leaving Xbox Game Pass in February 2023:
- Besiege (Game Preview)
- CrossfireX: Operation Catalyst
- Skul: The Hero Slayer
- The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom