Tales of Arise on Xbox Game Pass
Image via Bandai Namco

Tales of Arise hits Xbox Game Pass today, as more games head to Pass in February

Maneater and Indivisible return to the service this month.

Bandai Namco’s epic RPG Tales of Arise is now available on Xbox Game Pass. It will be joined this month by the adorable Bluey: The Videogame, Indivisible, and Space Engineers among other titles, according to Xbox Wire.

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Tales of Arise can now be played by Game Pass subscribers on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC. It also works on the cloud through the Xbox app on your phone. It’s a well-regarded JRPG marked as a return to form for the long-running Tales of series. It’s also on PlayStation Plus through the Extra and Premium Game Catalog options this month, too.

In our review, Eric Van Allen wrote: “Whether this is the big Tales breakthrough or not is a matter that history will decide. This is a Tales game that hits the right spots for me, puts a lot of love into its cast and its action, and somehow manages to strike a balance between the old and the new. It’s not without a few shortcomings, but it’s also got a lot of improvements that at least shore those up a bit.”

Tales of Arise is now available on Xbox Game Pass
Image via Bandai Namco

If you’re not a big JRPG fan, you’re in luck because there are many February and March Xbox Game Pass titles to look forward to. They include Return to Grace, Bluey: The Videogame on February 22, Maneater (which is returning on February 27), Madden NFL 24 for cloud services on February 27, underrated RPG Indivisible on February 28, and Space Engineers on February 29.

The Doom-like FPS game Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun also demolishes its way to Xbox Game Pass on March 5. Another huge game Diablo IV slithers its way to Xbox Game Pass on March 28. If you get fed up with Tales of Arise on Xbox Game Pass, you can always get into Blizzard’s action RPG madness.


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