5 Latest Xbox Games You Must Play in February 2021


5 Latest Xbox Games You Must Play in February 2021

This month you can play a supernatural game from Remedy Entertainment, namely Control: Ultimate Edition on Xbox Series X | S, continue your horror adventure with Six in Little Nightmares II, and fight to become a pirate king in the open ocean in King of Sea.

Here's a list of the latest Xbox games for February 2021:

1. Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood

Release: February 4, 2021 - Xbox One, Xbox Series S | X

Curious how it feels to be a werewolf incarnation? You can try Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood which will give you the opportunity to play Cahal, a werewolf as well as a terrorist who fought against the Pentex company. You can explore by changing your form to either a wolf, human or werewolf to carry out various tasks even to battle.

2. King of Seas

Release: February 18, 2021 - Xbox One, Xbox Series S | X

Prove your resilience in exploring the oceans in the King of Seas. This game will challenge you to live an epic pirate adventure starting from battles between ships, searching for treasure, and discovering mysterious islands. Are you able to prove that you are the great pirate king? [post_ads]

3. Little Nightmares II

Release: February 11, 2021 - Xbox One, Xbox Series S | X

The end of Six's adventure, the yellow hooded girl will continue in Little Nightmares II, which is the sequel to the first game. Still carrying the theme of a horror adventure with lots of puzzles, this time you will play a new character named Mono and Six which will be controlled by the computer.

4. Habroxia 2

Release: February 3, 2021 - Xbox One

Want to reminisce with space shooter games? Play Habroxia 2 where your ability to pilot a spaceship and finish off the enemy will be tested. This game also features a retro pixel and chiptune design that will take you to the heyday of space shooters first. [post_ads_2]

5. Control: Ultimate Edition

Release: February 2, 2021 - Xbox Series X | S

The supernatural Control: Ultimate Edition game from Remedy Entertainment will finally make its way to Xbox Series X | S this February. This version of Control: Ultimate Edition will give you a complete DLC starting from The Foundation and AWE. Remedy Entertainment itself was previously known for its homemade games, namely Max Payne and Alan Wake, which both carry supernatural themes.


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