- Microsoft confirms that puzzle game A Little to the Left is coming to Xbox Game Pass on February 15, along with co-op game PlateUp.
- A Little to the Left has received positive reviews on Steam and is expected to do well on Xbox Game Pass.
- Xbox Game Pass subscribers can also enjoy Unpacking, a similar puzzle game, while they wait for A Little to the Left to release.
Microsoft has confirmed that puzzle game A Little to the Left is coming to its Xbox Game Pass subscription service on Thursday, February 15. Xbox Game Pass has yet to fully reveal all the new games coming in February 2024, but previous release date announcements have given fans at least somewhat of an idea of what to expect this month.
Persona 3 Reload is coming to Xbox Game Pass on February 2, while Anuchard is joining the lineup on February 6. It was previously announced that PlateUp is coming to Xbox Game Pass on February 15, which should interest fans of co-op games like Overcooked. PlateUp has “Overwhelmingly Positive” reviews on Steam, which makes its coming Game Pass debut that much more exciting. But now Game Pass subscribers have even more reason to be excited for February 15.
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It’s been confirmed that Xbox Game Pass is adding A Little to the Left on February 15. For those unfamiliar with the game, A Little to the Left is a “cozy” puzzle game about sorting and stacking household items. A Little to the Left has enjoyed a positive reaction from puzzle game fans on Steam, earning a “Very Positive” overall rating on that platform. It’s the kind of game that seems like it would do well on Xbox Game Pass, and so fans should be sure to check it out come February 15.
Xbox Game Pass Games Confirmed for February 2024 So Far
- Persona 3 Reload – February 2
- Anuchard – February 6
- A Little to the Left – February 15
- PlateUp – February 15
Those intrigued by A Little to the Left‘s premise but can’t wait to play the game may want to check out Unpacking in the meantime, as it might scratch a similar itch. As its title suggests, Unpacking is a game about unpacking moving boxes. Players are given some freedom when it comes to organizing the items, though the challenge is figuring out the best spot for every item. Unpacking isn’t just available to those signed up for the standard Xbox Game Pass tier or higher, though.
Unpacking is actually a part of the Xbox Game Pass Core lineup, meaning it’s available to all subscribers, even if they’re only signed up for the most basic form of the service. For the uninitiated, Xbox Game Pass Core is Microsoft’s way of replacing Xbox Live Gold. It gives subscribers online multiplayer access and other benefits that were previously associated with an Xbox Live Gold subscription, but instead of featuring the entire Game Pass library, it includes a much smaller selection of games to choose from.
Unpacking can help keep Xbox Game Pass subscribers busy while they wait for A Little to the Left to make its debut. Plenty of new Xbox Game Pass games have been added in the past month, so subscribers really should have no shortage of games to play even if games like Unpacking and A Little to the Left aren’t up their alley.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is the highest tier of Microsoft’s flagship game subscription service that offers over 100 game titles that you can play with a single purchase, making it one of the most outstanding value propositions of the Xbox ecosystem to date.