They have been hard pressed, but facing the last week of January and after closing the curtain on the Xbox & Bethesda Developer_Direct event, the Xbox Game Pass team has announced what many players have been waiting for in the limelight, and it is nothing other than the new games of Xbox Game Pass.

It has taken almost a month for Microsoft to announce the new arrivals to the service, although we have had titles like Persona 3 Portable, Persona 4 Golden and the latest one, along the way. Monster Hunter Risewhich has already been in the TOP of the most played titles last week.

At last!  New Xbox Game Pass games announced for January and February 51

New Xbox Game Pass games for January and February

These will be the next entries to arrive at the Xbox Game Pass subscription service for the remainder of January and the first half of Februaryincluding titles like GoldenEye 007, Inkulinati, and Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition, which had already gotten their release date earlier.

Hi Fi Rush

Now available. Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X|S

Feel the beat as wannabe rock star Chai and his ragtag crew battle an evil mega-corporation with raucous rhythmic combat. By Tango Gameworks arrives exclusively Hi-Fi Rush, a new action game where the world is synchronized with the music.

Golden Eye 007

January 27th. cloud and console

The classic returns to excite the players of its time and the new ones. GoldenEye 007, the timeless stealth shooter, has been faithfully recreated for Xbox consoles, including new achievements, 4K resolutiona smoother frame rate, and four-player split-screen.


January 30th. Console

Fight your way through hordes of evil bots in procedurally generated environments In single or 2 player co-op, upgrade your build as you progress and defeat powerful bosses. Get ready to plunge into the futuristic world of Roboquest and help humanity find the mysterious and forgotten Haven-City.


January 31. Cloud, console and PC

A strategy game in which a rabbit’s butt can be more deadly than a dog’s sword. take turn in Inkulinati duels full of unexpected tactical depth and humor. Embark on an ever-changing journey, create your own bestiary, defeat medieval superstars, and gain perks to unlock special powers.

Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition

January 31. cloud and console

One of the most beloved strategy games ever made is coming soon to the Xbox family of consoles. Enjoy a new way to play this beloved game that now includes optimizations to play with Remote Console and new tutorials for you to have fun quickly.

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure All-Star Battle R

January 31. Cloud, console and PC

Fight with 50 colorful characters from the world of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, wielding Stands, Hamon and more. See how characters who could never meet in the story interact when they come face to face. Even newcomers to the fighting game genre can have fun with one button combos and final movements.

darkest dungeon

February 2. Cloud, console and PC

Challenging gothic roguelike-style turn-based RPG, about the psychological stress. He recruits, trains, and leads a team of flawed heroes through twisted forests, forgotten burrows, ruined crypts, and more. Not only unimaginable enemies await you, but also stress, famine, disease, and the ever-encroaching darkness.

GRID Legends

February 2. clouds

Buckle up for high-octane racing with GRID Legends, coming to Xbox Cloud Gaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate via EA Play. Experience motorsports action that will keep you on the edge of your seat, an immersive story mode in Driven to Glory and a staggering variety of careers.

Hot Wheels Unleashed

February 7th. Cloud, console and PC

Get ready to drift, speed, jump and crash on the iconic orange tracks with the most beloved Hot Wheels cars. Hot Wheels Unleashed is coming to Xbox Game Pass with the Game of the Year Edition which includes a large amount of extra content and high doses of fun.

With this new battery of new games for Xbox Game Pass we can be satisfied, because there are titles for every taste and that will surely satisfy the desires of the most avid consumers of the Microsoft subscription service catalogue.

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