Control, Code Vein & More Set To Leave Xbox Game Pass This February

Some big hitters are disappearing too.


The revolving door that is Xbox Game Pass offers just as many wins as it does losses, but it’s hard to deny the fact that the line-up of games leaving Game Pass in the first half of February are going to be dearly missed. There’s some huge games on the chopping block here.

Here’s the full list of games that will be removed from Game Pass come February 15th, along with whether or not they’re available on PC, Console or via cloud gaming:

– 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)

Without a doubt, there’s some fantastic games on this list. Control is a superlative third person shooter and arguably some of Remedy’s finest work, though the Ultimate Edition goes on sale often enough that you could probably pick the game up for cheap and carry the game on where you left off.

If you’re after atmospheric horror games, The Medium is a great shout, and due to its short length, you could probably get it finished before it departs Game Pass, if you like. It’s less likely that you’ll finish Code Vein, but if you want a decent Soulslike that’s not quite as unforgiving as FromSoftware’s previous output, Code Vein is worth checking out.

It’s worth noting that if players would like to carry on playing any of these games after they’ve been removed from Xbox Game Pass, then you can make use of the 20% discount on purchasing Game Pass games before they’re gone. Your progress in these games will be maintained after purchase.

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