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Xbox Game Pass is adding a whopping ten games in early February, with several highly anticipated or acclaimed games like CrossfireX, Skul: The Hero Slayer, and Ark coming to the service.
As announced on Xbox Wire, here is everything coming to Xbox Game Pass between now until February 14th:
Contrast (Cloud and Console – February 3rd)
The life of a young girl named Didi is constantly shrouded in mystery, particularly when it comes to her family’s troubled history. Move in and out of the shadows to work your way across various city landscapes in this platforming adventure as Didi searches to find the truth of her family’s past.
Dreamscaper (Cloud, Console, and PC – February 3rd)
Dreamscaper takes on the action roguelike drama with a unique day/night twist! Take on various puzzles and enemy types in an ever changing dungeon as you sleep and wake up to forge relationships and buy skills to help you progress further in your nightmares.
Telling Lies (Cloud, Console, and PC – February 3rd)
Find out the truth among a group of individuals. This interactive thriller has you using a series of recorded videos to cross-examine words, emotions, and lives of those recorded in your quest for resolution.
Besiege (Cloud, Console, and PC – February 10th)
Construct your ideal arsenal of war weaponry in order to destroy all enemies, structures, and obstacles in your path. The physics-based game will make all explosions and destructions that much more appealing for all who enjoy this game preview!
CrossfireX (Console – February 10th)
Available Day One, CrossfireX’s first single-player campaign Operation: Catalyst will take you and your Global Risk unit into the heart of enemy territory. There you are tasked with the goal “to save their captured teammate and uncover the dark secrets of the Black List Mercenary group.”
Edge of Eternity (Cloud, Console, and PC – February 10th)
Available Day One, Edge of Eternity takes you on the journey of Daryon and Selene as they set off across the vast lands to stop the omnipotent and deadly Corrosion. Heavily influenced by JRPGs in its aesthetics and turn-based combat, fans of the genre may find Edge of Eternity’s fantastical take right at home.
Skul: The Hero Slayer (Cloud, Console, and PC – February 10th)
Skul: The Hero Slayer is, perhaps, the only rogue-lite where you really have to put your head in the game. Fight against tons of monsters and explore ever-changing dungeons while taking the heads of the game’s 100 playable characters in order to gain new skills and abilities. If you use your head(s) correctly, you might find inventive and powerful synergies.
The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom (Cloud, Console, and PC – February 10th)
Well, the title is pretty self-explanatory. You’re the last kids on Earth in the middle of a zombie and monster induced-apocalypse. As you try to survive, you have to find the pieces to the staff of doom to stop Malondre, an incredible evil entity hoping to fully take over the world.
Ark: Ultimate Survivor Edition (Cloud, Console, and PC – February 14th)
In a vast world filled with incredible dinosaur-like beasts and monsters alike, your goal is not only to survive but to thrive. Tame monsters, travel the world, and team up with others to make your way through the wilderness.
Infernax (Cloud, Console, and PC – February 14th)
Available Day One, this 2D side-scroller adventure takes you on the adventure of a great knight hoping to rid his hometown of a dark magic. Interact with town folks, level up, and beat monsters as you quest to rid your hometown of the corruption infecting it.