Microsoft has named the next games coming to Xbox Game Pass. Starting today for console and PC, we have Final Fantasy XV and Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Meanwhile, Death Squared is coming to Xbox Game Pass for console on February 11. The interesting thing is that PC version of Game Pass will get Death’s Gambit instead of Death Squared, but a release date has not been announced yet.
Final Fantasy XV is the latest chapter of the super famous Square Enix franchise. The game tells the story of Prince Noctis and his friends trying to get back their kingdom from intruders and demons. This is a pretty awesome action-RPG that lost its turn-based combat and became much closer to Devil May Cry or something similar.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the chance to take part in familiar Wolfenstein slaughter together with friends. This time the main protagonists are the daughters of Billy Blazko and the story takes place 19 years after the events of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Youngblood works well as a spin-off and can help to shorten the time of waiting for the full third chapter of BJ’s story.
Death Squared is a puzzle game where you take on the role of a cube (and no, it’s not Companion Cube). You need to go through the maze of puzzles in single mode or cooperatively. It’s best to play this with someone else — lots of fun is guaranteed.
And Death’s Gambit is something that many critics acclaim as the best Dark Souls in 2D. This is basically a Souls-like Metroidvainia with many surprising elements like gigantic creatures moving in the background and, of course, a deep narrative. That’s a perfect must-have for the fans of Souls-likes and dark fantasy.