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Final Fantasy 12, Project Winter, Jurassic World Evolution coming to Xbox Game Pass in February

Microsoft has announced Final Fantasy 12, Project Winter, Jurassic World Evolution, and more are coming to Xbox Game Pass in February.

Three games will arrive on Xbox Game Pass on February 4: Ghost of a Tale, Project Winter, and The Falconeer.

Ghost of a Tale for PC is an action RPG game in which you play as Tilo, a minstrel, and a mouse on an adventure set in a medieval world populated only by animals. While the game puts an emphasis on exploration, it also features stealth elements, disguises, conversations with allies, and more.

Project Winter is coming to Android, console, and PC, and is an eight-person multiplayer game focusing on "social deception and survival." Communication and teamwork are essential to the survivors’ goal of escape. Gather resources, repair structures, and "brave the wilderness together."

The Falconeer for Android, console, and PC is a lovely looking title. The RPG focuses on aerial combat and was created by independent developer Tomas Sala. It combines aerial fighting mechanics with an open world environment full of “fantastic enemies.” You will also choose between competing factions, all of which are at the mercy of the Great Ursee, a near-infinite body of water. In the game, you will support your chosen faction while flying on missions from the back of a warbird.

On February 11, Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age arrives for console and PC alongside Jurassic World Evolution for Android and console. Arriving the same day is Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones for Android and console. Finally, you can also expect Wolfenstein: Youngblood to be made available for Android on February 11 as well.

New games mean some will be leaving the service. The following games will leave on February 15: De Blob (Console), Ninja Gaiden 2 (Console), and World of Horror (PC). Shadows of the Damned (EA Play/Console) will no longer be available come February 16.

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