Xbox Game Pass brings Madden NFL 24 and Resident Evil 3

Time to open my restaurant.

Resident Evil 3 video game poster.

The Xbox team has unveiled this month’s list of titles joining the console, cloud, and PC Game Pass services. This time around, there seems to be a little something for everyone.

February’s roster is fairly diverse covering sport, survival horror, and management genres. It’s not quite as stacked as January, which brought us Hell Let Loose, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and Palworld, to name a few. Still, there’s plenty to sink your teeth into.

In the menu this month, we have:

  • Train Sim World 4 (Cloud, Console, and PC) – February 7
  • Madden NFL 24 (Console and PC) – February 8
  • Resident Evil 3 (Cloud, Console, and PC) – February 13
  • Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (Cloud, Console, and PC) – February 14
  • A Little To The Left (Cloud, Console, and PC) – February 15
  • PlateUp! (Cloud, Console, and PC) – February 15
  • Return to Grace (Cloud, Console, and PC) – February 20

Additionally, Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will also get the following perks:

  • Mighty Doom: Cacodemon Mini Slayer Cosmetic
  • F1 23: Champions Upgrade
  • The Sims 4: Jungle Adventure Pack
  • Smite: Year 11 Starter Pack

Lastly, as usual, a couple of games are leaving the service, namely:

  • Galactic Civilizations III (PC)
  • Opus: Echo of Starsong (Cloud, Console, and PC)
Xbox Game Pass February Lineup.

Train Sim World 4 is a simulation game where you manage all sorts of trains, including learning how to drive them, before launching them around the world’s rails. Madden NFL 24 doesn’t need any introductions, but there are improved player animations, new mini-games, and character customisations. The Resident Evil 3 remake will take you back down memory lane, where Raccoon City’s streets have never looked better. The reworked graphics and better controls come in handy when chased by Nemesis.

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is an action RPG with Metroidvania aspects. A Little To The Left is a reflection/puzzle game where you sort and organise daily items while keeping an eye on your pesky cat. PlateUp is a fun little title best played with friends. It’s a bit like Overcooked where you run a restaurant, trying to feed as many clients as possible. Lastly, Return to Grace lets you play as a space archaeologist who discovers an old AI whose personality got fragmented, leaving you to choose which one to build relationships with.

Not bad, Xbox. For me, I’ll be diving into Resident Evil 3 to flex my zombie-killing muscles and braving the kitchen in PlateUp.