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'Final Fantasy 15' And 'Wolfenstein: Youngblood' Head To Xbox Game Pass

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'Final Fantasy 15' And 'Wolfenstein: Youngblood' Head To Xbox Game Pass

Xbox has revealed the latest games heading to its Game Pass subscription service, and you're in for a real treat. Two significant AAA titles, Final Fantasy XV and Wolfenstein: Youngblood, are available to download now if you're amongst the service's many subscribers. Additionally this month, indie puzzler Death Squared will be available on 13 February.

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PC players needn't feel left out either, as both of the big titles are also available via Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, as well as the indie platformer, Death's Gambit. Ultimate is the relatively new subscription that includes an Xbox Live Gold subscription, as well as allowing PC gamers to take advantage of many of the games that the original Game Pass offers.

Final Fantasy XV / Credit: Square Enix
Final Fantasy XV / Credit: Square Enix

Both subscriptions will also gain access to the closed beta for Ninja Theory's new multiplayer hero-brawler, Bleeding Edge, which runs from 14-16 February.

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Final Fantasy XV released in 2016 and is the latest mainline addition to the long-running role-playing franchise. Starring the brooding Noctis as he embarks on an unforgettable road-trip with friends, the game completely reworked the combat system which helped to attract newcomers to the franchise, while still appealing to Final Fantasy diehards, too. Despite its success, most of the planned DLC was cancelled when the game's director, Hajime Tabata, left Square Enix at the end of 2018.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood / Credit: Machine Games, Arkane, Bethesda
Wolfenstein: Youngblood / Credit: Machine Games, Arkane, Bethesda

Wolfenstein: Youngblood was released last year and has a focus on online co-operative gameplay as you work together to overcome the Nazi threat. You can choose to play as either Jess or Soph Blazkowicz, twin daughters of BJ, the protagonist from the two previous games in the acclaimed shooter series, The New Order and The New Colossus. While the twins' wise-cracking ways left some players cold, Youngblood is a rare co-op game that also feels complete-enough as a single-player experience, especially if you liked the games that came before it.

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Of course, with new games being added to Xbox Game Pass, it's also time to say goodbye to a few titles. Rage, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, The Jackbox Party Pack 2, Pumped BMX Pro and Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two will all be leaving the subscription service at the end of the month, so you'd better get to it if you want to give any of them a shot. Alternatively, if you want to keep playing, you'll receive a 20% discount on each if you grab them to own before they leave the service.

Featured Image Credit: Square Enix / Bethesda

Topics: Xbox Game Pass

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