Microsoft Announces More Xbox Game Pass Titles for February

Posted on February 15, 2022 by Laurent Giret in Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Project xCloud, Xbox, PC gaming with 6 Comments

Microsoft has just revealed the second wave of games coming to the company’s Xbox Game Pass service in February. The headliners are the upcoming turn-based strategy game Total Warhammer III, which will be available day one on PC Game Pass on February 17, and Madden NFL 22 which will join the EA Play catalog on this same day for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members.

Starting today, Mass Effect Legendary Edition is also available on Xbox Cloud Gaming for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. The other new Xbox Game Pass titles coming later this month include Lawn Mowing Simulator (for Xbox One consoles), RoboQuest, Galactic Civilizations III, Super Mega Baseball 3, and Alice: Madness Returns.

Here’s the full list of upcoming Xbox Game Pass titles with all the details about release dates and platform availability:

  • Lawn Mowing Simulator (Xbox One) – February 17
  • Madden NFL 22 (Console, and PC, via EA Play) – February 17
  • Total War: Warhammer III (PC) – February 17, available day one with Game Pass
  • RoboQuest (PC) – February 22
  • Galactic Civilizations III (PC) – February 24
  • Super Mega Baseball 3 (Cloud, via EA Play) – February 24
  • Alice: Madness Returns (PC, via EA Play) – February 28

Lastly, Microsoft also announced that Hypnospace Outlaw, Killer Queen Black, Stealth Inc 2, and Touhou Luna Nights will leave the Xbox Game Pass Catalog on February 28. Titanfall will also leave the EA Play catalog on Xbox and PC on March 1, 2022, and EA has already delisted the game from all digital platforms.

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6 responses to “Microsoft Announces More Xbox Game Pass Titles for February”

  1. MoopMeep

    Is Lawn Mower Simulator good?

    Its an xbox exclusive but it peaked my interest because it didn't really seem like something that would be too fun.

    • christianwilson

      I downloaded it for my son because he loves Farming Simulator. It's probably the kind of game you could zen out to, but it didn't hold my interest enough to give it a fair shake.

      I'm not saying it's a bad game but I don't enjoy mowing the lawn in real life. Doing the same task virtually doesn't sound any more appealing. :)

    • Calibr21

      It's not the type of game I thought it was so it's not fun for me. I thought it would be a pretty chill game, but instead to pass a level you have requirements such as "cut 98% of the grass" so after 20 minutes of mowing you are going back over everything trying to find those small blades of grass you may have missed to get you from 96% to 98%. Yeah...not my idea of a good time.

  2. christianwilson

    It took me a minute to realize what was going on with Lawn Mowing Simulator because that's been on Xbox Game Pass since it released last year. This is for the Xbox One version. Previously, the game has been Series X|S only.

  3. lvthunder

    I'll let anyone mow my lawn for free. Then I will take them to my parent's house and they can mow their lawn for free as well. No In-game purchases either. I'll even provide the mower and the gas.