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Jurassic Park: Evolution, Final Fantasy XII coming to Xbox Game Pass in February

Microsoft revealed the round of games coming to its Xbox Game Pass service in February. The list includes Jurassic World: Evolution, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, and Xbox Series X launch title The Falconeer.

Jurassic World Evolution joins the service on February 11. Based on the popular film franchise, the game is a management simulator where players create and maintain their own dinosaur park. The game will be available for Xbox console and Android owners.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age comes to both console and PC on February 11. The classic RPG originally released in 2006, but was remastered and released as an expanded package called The Zodiac Age in 2017.

Xbox Series X/S launch game The Falconeer joins the service on February 4 and will be available on console, PC, and Android. The open-world aerial combat game lets players fly on the back of a giant falcon and explore an expansive world.

A handful of indies are coming to the service in the first half of the month. Multiplayer survival game Project Winter is coming to console, PC, and Android, and medieval action RPG Ghost of a Tale will launch on PC. Both games will be added to the service on February 4. Indie platformer Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones comes to PC and Android on February 11.

Rounding out the bunch, Wolfenstein: Youngblood will join Microsoft’s cloud streaming service on February 11. Bethesda’s co-op first-person shooter is currently available on both the console and PC version of the service.

Four games will leave the service later this month, including De Blob, Ninja Gaiden II, and World of Horror.

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