- It's the time of the month again when we receive and lose beloved games.
- We're talking about the Xbox Game Pass service, which will drop 6 titles.
- Code Vein and Control are among the games leaving the subscription now.
- Xbox gamers will also have to say goodbye to Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age.
If there’s one thing that console gamers know above all else, is that the start of a new month means they will receive some new games, through their paid subscription service, but also lose a few in return.
Sometimes, the games added are more than enough to cover for the ones lost. However, there are situations in which the balance is not at all perfect, making players feel some kind of way.
And February isn’t at all different than all the other months, with a total of six titles leaving the service.
Control and Project Winter are leaving Xbox Game Pass
In this golden age of streaming services, people shouldn’t expect their favorite programs to stay on forever, as providers constantly feel the need to rotate provided products.
Movies, music, as well as games, will come and go for a variety of reasons, and some will stay on the platform longer than others.
If you already got bored with the games you have available, Microsoft will be refreshing the roster with some fresh games that most of you have been waiting for.
Thus, February 2022 will bring Xbox Game Pass titles for February 2022 will include Ark: Survival Evolved Ultimate Survivor Edition, Dreamscaper, Infernax, Skul: The Hero Slayer, Edge of Eternity, Besiege, The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom, Contrast, and Telling Lies.
We know that nothing in this world comes for free, so besides the money we pay for the subscription, we also lose some of the titles we’ve grown accustomed to.
This month, Xbox has decided to let go of a total of six games across cloud, console, and PC, among which we can find Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age, and the very popular Control.
Code Vein, The Medium, Project Winter, and The Falconeer are the other four titles leaving Xbox Game Pass, which is sad if you didn’t get to finish them all.
There’s no need to be sad at all, as the beauty of this paid service is the constant flow of fresh games, both new and critically acclaimed, which keeps everyone invested and entertained.
What is your favorite game leaving Xbox Game Pass this February? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.