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8 more games coming to Xbox Game Pass in February 2022

Sports and strategy games dominate February’s second Game Pass drop.

Get ready, sports fans. Game Pass is adding two sports games in the second half of this month, along with a strategy debut and a grab bag of other options.

Here are 8 more solid games coming to Xbox Game Pass in February 2022.

8. Mass Effect Legendary Edition

(February 15, Cloud)

Mass Effect Legendary Edition was already on Game Pass for console and PC but now it works on the cloud. If you’ve been waiting for a good space opera you can play on your phone from the bathroom, the time is nigh.

7. Lawn Mowing Simulator

(February 17, Xbox One)

What could be more exciting than playing a game about cutting some grass? Playing it on a last-gen console! This update adds the Xbox One version alongside the existing Series X/S and PC releases.

6. Madden NFL 22

(February 17, Console/PC)

The Big Game may be over, but you can still prove your favorite team is (virtually) superior in Madden NFL 22. It’s not a huge upgrade for the franchise, but it’s what you expect from a Madden game.

5. Total War: Warhammer III

(February 17, PC)

Despite dropping the ball by not just calling it Total Warhammer, the Total War: Warhammer series has been full of great fantasy strategy games so far. The third iteration hits Game Pass on release day.

4. Roboquest (Game Preview)

(February 22, PC)

Roboquest is a fast, colorful FPS built around a solid roguelike loop. It’s still a work in progress, so if you like what’s already here, there’s more to come.

3. Galactic Civilizations III

(February 24, PC)

The 4X strategy game Galactic Civilizations III puts you in charge of a space empire, making deals, developing your economy, and fighting to the death to triumph over your rivals.

2. Super Mega Baseball 3

(February 24, Console)

Super Mega Baseball 3 is a more approachable baseball sim that stays true to the real game but with a friendly, cartoonish art style.

1. Alice: Madness Returns

(February 28, PC)

The 2011 sequel to American McGee’s Alice continues the original’s “Wonderland but goth” premise. Even if the Hot Topic aesthetic doesn’t do it for you, Madness Returns is a competent action-platformer that’s worth a look.