Video Games Being Released in February

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Welcome to the February video game releases. It is time to get our geek on about video games. There are multiple highly anticipated games coming this year. Included in that list is Zombie Army 4: Dead War, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, DOOM Eternal, Resident Evil 3, The Last of Us: Part II, and many more!

Regardless of the platform you use — Play Station 4 (PS4), Xbox One (XBO), Nintendo Switch (NS), Computer (PC), etc. — there is a game for you to enjoy.

Here is a list of the video games getting released this month.

February 4:

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics (PC, PS4, XBO, NS)

Players will lead a fledgling resistance of Gelfing against the Skeksis. There are over 50 battles, 14 playable characters that are also in the Netflix series, and more. By building a team, players fight to save their home world Thra.

Life is Strange 2 Collector’s Edition (PC, PS4, XBO)

The collection features episodes one to five, a bonus game, a collector’s edition box, figures of Daniel and Sean, and more. Follow two young brothers, Sean and Daniel, as they go to Puerto Lobos, Mexico after the sudden death of their father. After seeing his father killed, Daniel’s scream sets off a shockwave that kills the officer. So, they flee while dealing with Daniel’s telekinetic powers.

Monster Energy Supercross 3 (PC, PS4, XBO, NS, Stadia)

Players can enjoy the only official AMA Supercross Championship in this exciting game. There are 100 riders of both 450SX and 250SX categories, 15 stadiums and tracks, career mode, training compound, and more. Are you ready to race?

Monster Jam Steel Titans (NS)

Enjoy driving 25 monster trucks, including Grave Digger and Max-D, while performing stunts. Players can choose from 12 stadiums filled with cheering fans.

Zombie Army 4: Dead War (PC, PS4, XBO)

Set in 1940s Europe, players fight to save humankind from the undead. Even though Zombie Hitler is back in Hell, the fight is not over. It is time to suit up and grab your weapons if you want to survive.

February 6:

Granblue Fantasy: Versus (PS4)

The goal of the game is for players to beat the enemy with one of the 11 characters, using all the attacks they have to lower the opponent’s life bar.

February 13:

Necronator: Dead Wrong – Steam Early Access (PC)

Instead of going through years of training of school at the Undead Academy, players make a deal with an evil ancient demigod. Now, players fight against the Livmore Alliance and restore the Necronator’s power.

February 14:

Best Friend Forever (PC, NS)

This simulation game combines caring for pets and the dating life. Players’ characters can find love, train and spend time with a dog, and explore Rainbow Bay. Love is just a woof away?

Street Fighter V Champion Edition (PS4, PC)

The champion edition has everything from the original release Street Fighter V and the Arcade Edition included with the new features. Players can choose from multiple characters and fighting arenas to defeat their opponents.

Darksiders Genesis (PS4, XBO, NS)

The currency in this game is not money, it’s souls, which are earned by eliminating your enemies. Players can go between being Strife or War any time in the game. Strife has pistols, while War has the sword Chaos Eater.

Dreams (PS4)

Unleash your creative side. Players can bring their ideas to life and share them. Like in a dream, anything is possible.

February 18:

Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle (PS4, XBO)

After being in slumber for half a millennium, Umbra Witch rises with no memories of her past. To find the truth, she must defeat her enemies using her hair to summon demons and more.

February 20:

Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition (NS)

Awaken your inner demon. Dante goes up against his twin brother Vergil. Vergil wants to unlock the demonic realm that Dante holds the key to.

February 21:

Ciel Fledge (PC, NS)

It is the year 3716, and humans are under the risk of being wiped out by an alien threat called Gigant. Players help a mysterious young girl named Ciel until she becomes an adult and is ready to leave home. To raise her, players will need a schedule, supervise her, customize, let her explore, and more.

February 25:

Conan Chop Chop (PC, PS4, XBO, NS)

Thoth-Amon, a deceitful wizard, is trying to resurrect an ancient evil called Xaltotun. If the evil is brought back, the world will be subject to darkness and enslavement. Players must be cunning and use courage and swordsmanship to win. This game is set in the Conan the Barbarian world. Are you ready to chop chop!

Infliction: Extended Cut (PS4, XBO, NS)

This award-winning game allows players to wander in an interactive nightmare. Players have to piece the mystery behind the events in the once happy house to find the presence that still haunts.

Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection (PC, PS4, XBO, NS)

This collection features two series of games, modes, features, all four Mega Man Zero games, Mega Man ZX and ZX Advent. Players can join in the fight to save Neo Arcadia.

Two Point Hospital (PS4, XBO, NS)

It is time to build a hospital that is unique while working to cure unusual illnesses. Players will have to train staff, upgrade equipment, research, 21 hospitals, 119 unusual diseases, and more.

February 27:

Overpass (PC, PS4, XBO, NS)

Time to choose buggies or quads and drive through various terrains and environments to dominate. Players can choose over 20 vehicles, including Yamaha, Textron, and Suzuki, to operate on one of the 40 tracks.

February 28:

One-Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows (PC, PS4, XBO)

Create a team consisting of heroes and villains to see who will win.

Which video game are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments below!

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