A new wave of Game Pass titles being added to the service means that Microsoft will be making some space for its latest arrivals, and on February 28, you can say goodbye to seven games.
For fans of survival-horror inspired by cult-classic films, get ready to say farewell–or good riddance depending on your tolerance for nightmare fuel monsters–to Alien: Isolation. Arguably the best use of the Alien IP since James Cameron sat down in the director’s chair, Alien: Isolation is roughly 18 hours in length, so there’s still time to give it a go before it exits Game Pass.
Another great title leaving the program is Dragon Ball FighterZ, one of the very best fighting games of all time and widely considered to be one of the best Dragon Ball game of all time. Developed by Arc System Works, this colorful brawler pulls no punches and has a great roster of characters, even if half of them are Goku.
With Madden NFL 22 in the EA Play section of Game Pass, Madden NFL 21 is hitting the bench so that the latest entry in the series can take over, and JRPG fans can say goodbye to Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. As a reminder, Game Pass subscribers can save 20% on all Game Pass titles in case they want to keep playing those particular games and need more time.
The good news is that the rest of February has a stacked selection of new games coming in. Atomic Heart is available now, supernatural RPG Soul Hackers 2 is available on February 28, and Team Ninja’s Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is out on March 3.
Xbox Game Pass Titles Leaving February 28
- Alien: Isolation — Console and PC
- Crown Trick — Cloud, Console, and PC
- Dragon Ball FighterZ — Cloud, Console, and PC
- Far: Changing Tides — Cloud, Console, and PC
- Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII — Console and PC
- Madden NFL 21 — Console and PC
- Octopath Traveler — Cloud, Console, and PC