These Eight Games Are Coming To Xbox Next Week (Feb 2-5)

Welcome to your weekly Xbox roundup! Unfortunately, we're back to another very quiet few days for new releases, but there are still some big titles on the way, and hopefully some more Game Pass additions soon as well.

Here's what's coming to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One over the next few days:

New Xbox Releases (Feb 3-5)

Optimised for Xbox Series X|S

Control Ultimate Edition for Xbox Series X (Feb 2)
Control Ultimate Edition for Xbox Series X (Feb 2)
  • Control Ultimate Edition (Feb 2): "Control Ultimate Edition comes to Xbox Series X|S with a 60fps Performance Mode and 30fps Graphics Mode (with ray-tracing)."

Xbox One

Project Winter (Feb 4) (Xbox Game Pass)
Project Winter (Feb 4) (Xbox Game Pass)
  • Get 10 Quest (Feb 3): "Get 10 Quest is an incredible puzzle game that will keep you stick to the screen with its simple, intuitive yet deep gameplay."
  • Habroxia 2 (Feb 3): "Habroxia 2 is a non-linear, old-school space shooter with upgrades, boss fights, and even New Game+, all wrapped in a retro package."
  • Project Winter (Feb 4) (Xbox Game Pass): "The perfect game to back-stab your friends. Project Winter is an 8-person multiplayer game focusing on social deception and survival."
  • Glittering Sword (Feb 5): "Glittering Sword is full of spiritual references to classical gaming brands from the ‘90s, and it’s shiny and balanced graphical setting helps the player to dive into the memorable adventure."
  • How To Take Off Your Mask Remastered (Feb 5): "Lilia is just an ordinary girl who works in a bakery. She spends every day happily with her childhood friend, Ronan. One day Lilia finds her body has shrunk. Moreover, she has grown cat ears and a tail?!"
  • Roombo: First Blood (Feb 5): "Roombo: First Blood is a comedic, top-down, stealth-action game about being a robot vacuum cleaner and fending off burglars from your home."

Xbox Game Pass Titles (Currently Announced)

Update: Microsoft has now unveiled the first batch of Xbox Game Pass titles for February:

Xbox Series X/S (Optimised)

Xbox One

PC

Is there anything you're particularly looking forward to in this list? Let us know in the comments below.

[source news.xbox.com, via trueachievements.com]