Putting a more action-oriented slant on the Final Fantasy franchise, XV has players controlling prince Noctis and his group of three trusted companions, as they initially embark on a simple roadtrip to unite Noctis with his wife-to-be. However, plans change as their home city is attacked by an invading empire in their absence, with the four having to grow-up quicker than expected to face the impending dangers.
Spinoff title Wolfenstein: Youngblood has co-op at the centre of its action, as opposed to the usual single player offerings that the series is known for. Set 20 years after the events of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, BJ Blazkowicz’s twin daughters Jesse and Zofia set out searching for him after his mysterious disappearance. They soon find clues that he’s left for nazi-occupied Neu-Paris, and in typical Wolfenstein fashion the two directly oppose the nazis to uncover the truth and reasoning behind their father’s disappearance.
Featuring both a single-player mode and co-operative multiplayer supporting up to four players, Death Squared has players guiding robots through colour coded puzzles, working together to try and reach the end of the various stages.
Final Fantasy XV and Wolfenstein: Youngblood will both be available to download on Game Pass Console on 6th February, while Death Squared will be available 13th February.