Xbox Game Pass February 2022: Games Coming and Going

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So far, February’s lineup is looking promising; with titles such as Total War Hammer III and the much anticipated indie game Shredders.

Last Edited: 2/1/2022

It’s just the beginning of Microsoft’s Game Pass monthly releases, and it’s only getting better. January brought great titles such as Rainbow Six Extraction, Mass Effect Legendary Edition, and the Hitman Trilogy. So far, February’s lineup is looking promising; with titles such as Total War Hammer III and the much anticipated indie game Shredders.




February 3rd

  • Contrast (Cloud and Console)
  • Dreamscaper (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Telling Lies (Cloud, Console, and PC)

February 10

  • Besiege (Game Preview) (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • CrossfireX (Console)
  • Edge of Eternity (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Skul: The Hero Slayer (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom (Cloud, Console, and PC)

February 14

  • Ark: Ultimate Survival Edition (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Infernax (Cloud, Console, and PC)

February 17

  • Total War Warhammer III (PC)


  • Shredders (Console, PC, Cloud)


Additional games will be revealed mid February, so make sure to keep tabs on this page as it is updated.


A breakdown of all the games coming to Game Pass February 2022



Jump into the 1920s in this puzzle/platform adventure inspired by the performance art world of vaudeville and film noir. Help a young girl named Didi cast light on the truth using your ability to shift from 3D dreamscapes into the parallel 2D shadow world.



Dreamscaper, an indie rogue-lite ARPG,  allows players to peacefully interact with the residents of Redhaven during the day. While interactions are friendly during light, darkness inevitably seeps into dreams; evolving serenity into nightmares.


Telling Lies

Four people. An ugly incident. Comb through and analyze secretly recorded video conversations to uncover the lies leading up to the end. Telling Lies is a must play investigative thriller and successor to Her Story.



In Besiege: Console Edition you build, as well as destroy, medieval siege engines, which are then utilized for battle in the art of war. Including an immersive 54-level single player campaign, multiplayer, level editors, and a mod workshop; combine all these features together to create an endless amount of fun to be explored.


CrossfireX (Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass)

Developed in partnership with Remedy Entertainment, play the first ever CrossfireX single-player campaign, Operation: Catalyst. Part of a Global Risk Unit, you are tasked with saving a captured teammate and must navigate through enemy territory; all while piecing together dark secrets of the Black Mercenary group.


Edge of Eternity  (Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass)

Travel alongside Daryon and Selene who are on a mission to find a cure to Corrosion, a fatal and gruesome disease wreaking havoc around the world. Influenced by the beloved Final Fantasy series and other classics, Edge of Eternity is a must download for any JRPG lover.


Skul: The Hero Slayer

A 2D, fast-moving action rogue-lite with 100 playable characters; each equipped with their own special abilities, plus loads of items to create wild synergies. Guide ‘Skul’ on his mission to take on the Imperial Army and rescue his King from their clutches. Don’t worry if you lose your head.


The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom

A refreshing take on the zombie genre, The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom is a semi-open world action RPG that takes place in the post-apocalyptic town of Wakefield. Chop down massive monsters, blast through zombie hordes and fight off slime creatures as teen survivors Jack, Quint, June, or Dirk as you battle zombie-infested streets to stop Malondre from securing the staff of Doom.


Ark: Ultimate Survival Edition

Unleash everything the Ark franchise has to offer, including Ark: Survival Evolved and the monstrous Expansion Packs: Scorched Earth, Aberration, Extinction, and Genesis Parts 1 & 2. There is an endless amount of adventuring to be had in this lost world filled with dinosaurs.


Infernax (Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass)

A great knight returns to his homeland, but to his despair he finds it is plagued with unholy magic. Face unforgiving beasts in your quest to uncover the mysteries of the gruesome curse, but be warned, you will face the consequences of your actions.




The crowd-pleasing Total War: Warhammer trilogy is drawing to a monstrous conclusion. The Realm of Chaos is no stranger to waging wars, but it has never  endured the catastrophic destruction of what is yet to come. Featuring six fractions, nine legendary lords, and hundreds of potential combinations of playstyles, Total War: Warhammer 3 is looking to be the biggest phenomenon in the trilogy.



Strap in and brace yourself  to shred the slopes in this Amped inspired snowboarding game. Customize your character to create your own personal style and carve the mountains with friends or explore on your own in hand-sculpted, open-world, environments.

Shredders is currently set to release sometime in February, although a recent leak on Shredders’ official site on the UK Microsoft Store revealed an official release date of March 17, 2022.




A total of six games are leaving Xbox Game Pass on February 15th. If you don’t get a chance to beat them make sure to use the membership discount to save 20% before they leave!


  • Control (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Code Vein (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age (Console and PC)
  • The Medium (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Project Winter (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • The Falconeer (Cloud, Console, and PC)


Want access to hundreds of titles for a set monthly fee? Join Xbox Game Pass now for only $9.99 a month.

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