Here Are The Games Leaving Xbox Game Pass in February 2023
Microsoft has updated the official list of games that are leaving Xbox Game Pass for both PC and Xbox consoles in the month of February 2023.
The new games that are confirmed to leave Xbox Game Pass in February 2023 include Recompile, Skul: The Hero Slayer, The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom, and Crossfire X: Operation Catalyst among others.
Games Leaving Xbox Game Pass In February 2023
The list of games set to leave Xbox Game Pass during the month of February 2023, can be seen below.
- Recompile – Console, PC
- Skul: The Hero Slayer – Console, PC
- The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom – Console, PC
- Besiege (Game Preview) – Console, PC
- Crossfire X: Operation Catalyst – (Console, PC)
- Infernax – (Console, PC)
As always, this is your chance to show the above games some love before they make their exit from the subscription service.
In Recompile, a moody Metroidvania hacking adventure, players assume control of a semi-sapient program fighting deletion. Intense combat, precise 3D platforming, super-powerful abilities, and an environmental logic-based hacking mechanic are all present in the game’s expansive 3D world of a Mainframe.
First-person shooter CrossFireX was created in South Korea by Smilegate Entertainment and published by Microsoft and Smilegate West. In CrossFireX, two international mercenary forces engage in a titanic world war. Players join an online team and take on the roles of either a Black List (terrorist) or Global Risk (anti-terrorist) mercenary, playing one of two terrorists or anti-terrorists. The single-player component of the game was developed by Remedy for Xbox consoles.
Skul: The Hero Slayer is a 2021 roguelike-action platformer developed by SouthPAW Games and published by Neowiz. The game debuted on October 21, 2021 for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4, and on January 21, 2021 for Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Linux. It is an action-platformer that boasts rogue-like features such as ever-changing and challenging maps.
Third-person action video game Infernal was created by Polish developer Metropolis Software and released in 2007 by Playlogic Entertainment and Eidos Interactive for Microsoft Windows.