Xbox Game Pass February 2021 Update: All Games Coming To Console, PC and Android

Xbox Game Pass is arguably the best deal in gaming, and Microsoft kicked off 2021 with some belters.

We had the likes of Pro Evo 2021, Desperados 3, THREE Yakuza games, and a couple of day one releases with The Medium and Cyber Shadow.

Here's all we know so far for February.

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Xbox Game Pass February 2021 Update: All Games Coming To Console, PC and Android

It's another solid month for Xbox Game Pass subscribers, with three games landing on February 4.

Ghost of a Tale (PC), The Falconeer (PC, Android and Console) and Project Winter (PC, Android and Console) all land this week. Monster Hunter: World, which wasn't previously announced, has also now arrived on Android.

They'll be followed by Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age (Console and PC), Jurassic World: Evolution (Android and Console), Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones (Android and Console) and Wolfenstein Youngblood (Android) all arriving on February 11.

Code Vein joins the PC lineup on February 18, while Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire – Ultimate Edition comes to cloud and console on the same day. Wreckfest also arrives on all three platforms.

On February 23, Killer Queen Black (Android and Console) arrives. February 25 sees the addition of DIRT 5 on all platforms, Elite Dangerous on console, and Superhot: Mind Control Delete on PC.

Xbox Game Pass February 2021 Update: All Games Leaving

As of February 15, the following games are being removed from Game Pass:

De Blob, Ninja Gaiden 2 and World of Horror, while Shadows of the Damned is leaving the next day.

Dirt 4 leaves on February 24, but that's OK – Dirt 5 arrives the next day.

February 28 will see Momodora: Reverie Under The Moonlight, Mother Russia Bleeds, Oxenfree, Jackbox Party Pack 4 and Vambrace: Cold Soul leave the service.

Xbox Game Pass February 2021 Update: When Will Games Be Announced For Console, PC and Android?

In January the first few games revealed were shown off on January 5, meaning it's likely we could hear something later this week.

Xbox Game Pass often gets more than one update, so while we expect an update early in the month, don't rule out even more games being added afterwards.

For context, while Microsoft added seven games across PC, console and Android on January 5, it also added another nine games on January 19 (if you include each individual Yakuza title).

We'll be updating this page as soon as we get new details.

For more on Xbox Game Pass, here's all we know about EA Play's arrival on the PC version of the service.

Plus, we've listed the finest titles available on the service for both console and PC.

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