Xbox gamers, here are the free games coming to you next month! Microsoft has announced the Xbox Games With Gold February 2021 list of free games and they’re a good bunch!
Head on below for the titles and when they’ll become available.
Xbox Games With Gold February 2021:
- Gears 5 ($39.99 ERP): Available February 1 to 28
Experience the celebrated campaign and multiplayer, now fully optimized for Xbox Series X|S. With all-out war descending, Kait Diaz breaks away to uncover her connection to the enemy and discovers the true danger to Sera… herself.
- Resident Evil ($19.99 ERP): Available February 1 to 28
It’s the game that defined the genre. In this remastered version, join the special forces team, S.T.A.R.S., and investigate a mysterious mansion on the outskirts of Raccoon City. Stay alert because supplies are scarce, and the living dead are all around.
- Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition ($14.99 ERP): Available February 16 to March 15
Discover secrets, dangers, and an array of unique characters in the world of Salt. In this metroidvania-style platformer, a heroine arises out of the aether of fear to help a world on the brink of collapse. Featuring stunning handcrafted pixel art and original soundtrack compositions that bring a visual and auditory wonderland to life.
- Indiana Jones and the Emperor’s Tomb ($9.99 ERP): Available February 1 to 15
It’s time to put on your fedora and help Indy recover one of the most powerful artifacts known to man. In epic, globe-spanning fashion, take on Nazis and the Asian underworld to track down the mysterious Heart of the Dragon before it falls into hostile hands.
- Lost Planet 2 ($19.99 ERP): Available February 16 to 28
After 10 years removed from the original title, return to the troubled planet torn apart from the ongoing battle for thermal energy. Play four player co-op and customize your character with an arsenal of weapons and vehicles to pilot.
In other Xbox news, Microsoft has also announced today that there will be an Xbox Live Gold price hike! Read up on that right here.
Source: Xbox Wire