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Some Great New Xbox Game Pass Titles Are Out Now

A bunch of games has just been added to Xbox Game Pass’ vault for PC and Xbox One, including Kingdom Hearts 3 and Yakuza 0. However, these two aren’t available to download on both platforms.

Yakuza 0, the sixth entry in the series, can be downloaded on PC and Xbox One for Xbox Game Pass subscribers. Kingdom Hearts 3 is only accessible through Xbox Game Pass for those on Xbox One.

Several more games have been added to Xbox Game Pass in addition to Kingdom Hearts 3 and Yakuza 0. Xbox Game Pass for PC members can pick up the action-RPG Indivisible, hospital-simulator Two Point Hospital, and critically acclaimed top-down RPG Wasteland Remastered right now. On the other side, those on the Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One tier will get access to Two Point Hospital and Wasteland Remastered.

Of course, all of these games are available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers, which packages the Xbox Live Gold online service, discounts on the Microsoft store, access to PC and Xbox One Game Pass titles, and more into a single $15 per month charge.

February saw a plethora of games get tossed into the Xbox Game Pass bag. Alongside the aforementioned Kingdom Hearts 3 and Yakuza 0 and such, you can also download Ninja Gaiden 2 for Xbox One right now, Jackbox Party Pack 3 for Xbox One on February 27, and Reigns: Game Of Thrones sometime later this month.

Full List Of February’s Xbox Game Pass Offerings

Xbox Game Pass for PC

  • Two Point Hospital — February 25
  • Wasteland Remastered — February 25
  • Yakuza 0 — February 26
  • Indivisible — February 26
  • Reigns: Game of Thrones — TBD

Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One

  • Ninja Gaiden 2 — February 20
  • Kingdom Hearts 3 — February 25
  • Two Point Hospital — February 25
  • Wasteland Remastered — February 25
  • Yakuza 0 — February 26
  • Jackbox Party Pack 3 — February 27

Xbox Series X And Xbox One News

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  • Xbox Series X Gets New Details On Ray-tracing, SSD, Game Suspension
  • Xbox Series X Will Be Backwards Compatible With All Previous Generations
  • Why You Can't Pre-Order Xbox Series X Yet
  • Xbox Series X Exclusive Details: Say Hello To Microsoft's Next-Gen Console

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