If you are one of the people who are affiliated with Games with Gold, February will be a month that will leave you very satisfied. The game lineup for Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One is very attractive, including resident Evil and Gears 5.
These are two top-of-the-line releases that offer several hours of healthy and violent fun. The first is the latest installment in the main series. It is creation of The Coalition and was led by Rod fergusson.
Resident Evil and Gears 5 attract attention
In addition to offering a complete campaign, it has support for multiplayer games, both locally on a split screen and online.
This is how players can enjoy an installment of the franchise that defines their future. On the other hand, if you want something more classic but with touches of novelty, resident Evil it can get their attention.
This is the remastered version in high definition of the reissue of the original game of Game Cube.
Gears 5 will have its next-gen version for Xbox Series X this year
For many, resident Evil was the title that redefined the genre survival horror. Although it was not the first, in truth things have changed for the better since then.
But this title, like Gears 5, they will not be the only ones available. They will also be Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition, Indiana Jones and the Emperor’s Tomb and Lost planet 2. There’s a lot worth playing through the service next month Games with Gold at Xbox.
There are other interesting games for February
When it comes to availability, Microsoft shared the list of games on this platform throughout February. Things are as follows:
– Gears 5 ($ 39.99 ERP): Available from February 1 to 28.
– resident Evil ($ 19.99 ERP): Available from February 1 to 28.
– Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition ($ 14.99 ERP): Available from February 16 to March 15.
– Indiana Jones and the Emperor’s Tomb ($ 9.99 ERP): Available from February 1 to 15.
– Lost planet 2 ($ 19.99 ERP): Available from February 16 to 28.
In the case of Indiana Jones and the Emperor’s Tomb, came out in the first Xbox in 2003, while Lost planet 2 saw the light for the first time in Xbox 360 in 2010. Both games are available via Backward Compatibility.
So if you want to be overwhelmed by nostalgia, it doesn’t hurt to give them a chance. Sure, those who prefer something more modern should give Dandara, an interesting title indie platforms.