Xbox One subscribers will also get Death Squared on February 13th.
Microsoft has announced some interesting offerings for Xbox Game Pass on consoles this month. Starting tomorrow, Square Enix’s Final Fantasy 15 and Bethesda’s Wolfenstein: Youngblood will be playable. This is fairly huge, since the former is a massive RPG while the latter is…well, Wolfenstein: Youngblood. On February 13th, SMG Studio’s puzzler Death Squared will be added.
Final Fantasy 15 released in November 2016 after a long and tumultuous development period. It saw a number of DLC packs and updates with the Royal Edition adding a number of quality of life improvements and new story content. As for Wolfenstein: Youngblood, it’s essentially a co-op shooter where players control B.J. Blazkowicz’s teenage daughters as they venture to Paris to fight the Nazis.
Though it received mixed reviews at launch, numerous updates have been released to improve it. It might be worth checking out, if there’s nothing better available. Stay tuned for more details on future Xbox Game Pass offerings, especially for PC.