10 Xbox Game Pass February 2020 Games Suggestions

February 1, 2020 at 2:48am
By Jason Stettner

With so many titles being available on the subscription service, it can be hard to find something to play. Here are ten Xbox Game Pass February 2020 games suggestions to check out. These should all be available to play right away, or close to.

Hopefully there’s a good variety of games, and maybe you’ll find something new to check out that you might have overlooked or not have known it was on the service. This is a console focused listing, and it’s not in a ranked order. Best to give them all a whirl if you have time or interest in them!

#10: Frostpunk

This is a very interesting take on the RTS genre providing a very hardcore survival experience. It’s near the darkest days of humanity, its freezing and things are only going to get worse. Attempt to guide your human squad to survival in a series of scenarios where things are always grim.

#9: Children of Morta

As a lineage of heroes, you must fight for what’s right across procedurally generated dungeons and deathly situations. It’s a lovely rogue-lite sort of experience, with intense action and charming visuals. The tune is also really quite nice in this one, carries the journey.

#8: DOOM

Blazing fast demon focused action, annihilate anything that dares to stand in your path. It’s a fantastic game whether you’re enjoy the single player action or blasting others away in the multiplayer. Furthermore, now is the perfect time to get into the experience in order to prepare for Eternal that’s just on the horizon.

#7: Clustertruck

Jumping on top of semi-trucks is quite a situation to be in. This game is packed full of wacky and rather insane moments where you’re hopping along vehicles. This one hits a particular niche well, and it can be a fun time if this is your sort of game. It certainly has had a fair bit of content added to it, so it might be something more casual or strange to play. Keep in mind, that it might get frustrating if you’re fairly to hit those jumping points while playing it.

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#6: Astroneer

One gorgeous space exploration game with the options to either survive, or just creatively build. Explore stunning planets as you search for resources, create helpful structures and work alone, or with others to have a grand time. It’s really quite an experience, and very different. Enjoy it in a casual capacity, or one that’s more hardcore and learn the various rules involved here.

#5: Grand Theft Auto V

Well, I shouldn’t have to explain this one. If you’ve somehow missed the game now’s the great time to give it a shot. It’s continued to get updated to this very day, it features a massive open world sandbox to explore whether you want wild multiplayer action or a long narrative driven journey in single player. It’s a massive game, so get ready for this one to take a real toll upon your hard drive as it comes in at quite a size.

#4: My Time at Portia

This one charming and more casual time in an experience that I would describe as being a 3D Harvest Moon title. Build relationships, craft items, complete quests and just chill out. There are creatures to harvest, supplies to gather and mines to work in. It’s a grand time and well worth the play if this is your type of game.

#3: Life is Strange 2

The second numbered season of episodes is now fully on the game pass, keep in mind that you don’t need to play the first game or the spin-off to try this out. This follows two brothers as they attempt to deal with a mysterious force and escape to Mexico. They’re wanted fugitives, and it’s largely a coming of age story in a harsh situation. It’s particularly applicable to the United States climate at the current point.

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#2: Dead Cells

What an absolutely insanely addicting game, this is another rogue-lite yet one you never want to put down. You’re working through gorgeous dungeons, blasting monsters into bits and trying to just get a little bit further each time. It has truly stunning visuals, so much variation and an ultimate challenge that you want to embrace, not a game to miss out on if you’ve yet to try it.

#1: A Plague Tale: Innocence

This was one of the best games of the last year, with an intense and emotionally striking narrative. You’re playing as a young woman that’s trying to protect her younger brother. Times are bad, there’s a mass plague infecting the landscape and thousands of rats can fill the screen at any given moment. It’s more of a defensive situation, you need to be smart and use the lights to your advantage. Be smart, take care of your group and just try to survive. It’s a wonderful game full of weird surprises.

That’s the list for February 2020, hopefully you found some interesting games. We have a review for one of them below, or you can check out the general platform hub for additional coverage.

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Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner