All the games being released in February 2024 – WGB

By admin Feb 2, 2024

February is upon us and it contains a couple of big releases that might just threaten the safety of your bank accounts. Read on to find a list of every game coming out for PC, Xbox, Switch and PlayStation.

Please do note, this is not a complete list as it’s pretty much impossible to track every single game that pops suddenly. Steam alone sees thousands of games released per month. I’ve tried to include as much as I can though, and if there’s any I’ve missed just drop me a message and I’ll ad it in.

Before we jump into the complete list, here’s a few of thereleases in February that have caught my eye.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – February 2

Technically Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is already out because anyone who ordered the fancy-pants Deluxe Edition got to start playing at the end of January. But for everyone else, myself included, the game is launching on February 2.

It’s hard to believe that developer Rocksteady has not released a game since it wrapped up the Batman: Arkham titles and then released a Batman VR game in 2016. Most companies probably would have collapsed due to so much money going out and very little coming in, and yet here we are.

The bad news for Rocksteady is that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League isn’t the homerun they were undoubtedly hoping it would be. Initial reactions to the game were mixed as people thought it looked like a weak looter-shooter with live service elements, and now that the game is in people’s hands the reception has seemingly worsened.

Regardless, though, it’s a big release for this month and I expect it to still sell a lot of copies.

Foamstars – February 6

Foamstars is an odd little duckling of a game. Unveiled last year to a wave of people declaring it little more than a Splatoon ripoff, Foamstars has gone on to get some actually quite positive reactions from people who have had a chance to play it.

And then came the surprising news: it’s going to be free for PlayStation Plus subscribers. With plans to support the game with free content as well as paid season passes, it looks like the goal is to combat the lacklustre publicity Foamstars has gotten by handing it out for free and hoping word of mouth wins the day.

HellDivers 2 – February 8

Sony has been weirdly quiet about HellDivers 2, which is odd considering it’s coming out in just a week and is a 2nd party title. Despite the release being so close, Sony hasn’t hyped up Helldivers 2 as much as you might think they would. Hell, it only got a brief trailer at the State of Play which happened recently.

Putting that aside, the first game which was released back in XXXX was a blast to play, so a sequel is exciting. This one switches it up from the top-down view to a more traditional over-the-shoulder camera, but the comedic tone is still very much there. It’s a co-op shooter that promises heaps of fun with a few friends, especially since friendly fire is on by default. Sorry pal, didn’t see you there underneath the bombing run I ordered. My bad. 

The budget-friendly price of £35 certainly helps, too. Or $39.99, if you’re of the American persuasion. (I’m not judging)

Skull and Bones – February 16

By the time Skull and Bones sails onto our screens, it will have been more than a decade since it began development. It was originally planned as an expansion to Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag, then it was envisioned as an MMO and then spun off yet again into something else.

Over the years various reports have emerged from the depths and sung sea shanty’s about a game that has been rebooted numerous times, exceeded its budgets, and changed entire settings. It was finally announced as an actual game in 2017. And then it got delayed. And delayed again. Oh, and then in 2020 it was announced then development was continuing but that there was a new vision for the game and that it would need more time.

That brings us to now. It’s finally coming out. Or, at least, it seems to be. Honestly, I won’t believe it until it’s in my hands.

An open beta has been announced for the 8-12 of February. It’s an insulting use of the term beta since the actual game will be released shortly afterwards, but at least we’ll be able to get some idea of how Skull and Bones actually plays. Mind you, the closed betas from a month or so ago didn’t seem to impress anyone.

Pacific Drive – February 22

Now this one is a really cool idea. Set in the Pacific Northwest, this is a survival game built around the idea of driving around in an old station wagon that’s seen better days.

As you head out into the world you’ll acquire resources to upgrade your rustbucket. Getting in the way are weird, floating metal vehicles that like to chomp on your ride,

Pacific Drive looks like a unique take on the survival genre, and just a quirky, weird game overall. I can’t wait to play it.

You can grab Pacific Drive: Deluxe Edition for £34.99 on Amazon UK, or $39.99 on Amazon US.

All the games being released in February, 2024

  • Granblue Fantasy: Relink (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC) – February 1 
  • One Punch Man: World (PC, iOS, Android) – February 1
  • Jujutsu Kaisen Cursed Clash (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – February 2
  • Persona 3 Reload (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC) – February 2
  • Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC) – February 2
  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Justice (PC) – February 2
  • Foamstars (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4) – February 6
  • Helldivers II (PlayStation 5, PC) – February 8
  • Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC) – February 13
  • Dragon Quest Builders (PC) – February 13 
  • Islands of Insight (PC) – February 13
  • Lysfanga: The Time Shift Warrior (PC) – February 13
  • Ultros (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC) – February 13
  • Arzette: The Jewel of Faramore (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – February 14
  • Tomb Raider I-III Remastered (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – February 14
  • A Little to the Left (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One) – February 15
  • PlateUp! (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Switch) – February 15
  • Mario Vs. Donkey Kong (Switch) – February 16
  • Skull and Bones (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Stadia, PC) – February 16
  • Madison (PlayStation VR2) – February 20 
  • qomp2 (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Switch, PC) – February 20
  • Last Epoch (PC) – February 21
  • Pacific Drive (PlayStation 5, PC) – February 22
  • Sons of the Forest (PC) – February 22
  • Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Remake (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC) – February 28
  • Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – February 28
  • Final Fantasy VII Rebirth (PlayStation 5) – February 29

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