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The main game releases in February 2024! See list

People, the game is officially over. After a relatively calm month of January, even though it featured some great games, February is coming with two feet in the door.

There's a fighting game, RPG, action and adventure, single player, multiplayer, remake, triple A, indie, urban legend, candidate for game of the year and much more. Want to stay in the know? So check out the main releases of February now.

The complete list is available in video and also below! Highlights of the month include the Suicide Squad game, a new PlayStation title and also Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. Check it out now:

Granblue Fantasy: Relink – February 1

Granblue Fantasy: RelinkSource: Cygames, PlatinumGames Inc.

Right at the beginning of the month, on the first day, we will have the launch of Granblue Fantasy: Relink. It is an action RPG and has been in the works for a long time, with its announcement being made back in 2016.

After several postponements and 8 years of waiting, the time has finally come for fans of the franchise to get their hands on it. The game takes place in the World of the Skies, where players will assemble a group of four characters and explore the most diverse floating islands.

While discovering new stories about the secret organization Church of Ávia, you will need to face different opponents and perform the most insane combat sequences. Granblue Fantasy: Relink It will be released for PC, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, but those who purchased the Special or Digital Deluxe version will be able to play from January 28th.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – February 2

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice LeagueSuicide Squad: Kill the Justice LeagueSource: Rocksteady Studios

24 hours later, we have a game that will either be a success or an absolute and complete failure. Developed by Rocksteady Studios, the same as the franchise Batman Arkham, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League follows a completely different approach to the studio's other games.

The game is a cooperative looter shooter in which players must face and defeat members of the Justice League, including Superman, Batman and the Flash, after Brainiac invades Earth and brainwashes them. Players can choose between Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang and King Shark, each having a variety of unique abilities to use during the free-for-all gunfights.

What is leaving many people with a flea behind their ears is the fact that the game is a live service, which implies several microtransactions as a business model that goes against everything previously presented by Rocksteady, which has always presented games focused on the narrative.

If you want to find out what this game will be like, you can purchase it on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S and PC.

Helldivers 2 – February 8

Helldivers 2Helldivers 2Source: Arrowhead Game Studios

Going into day 8, we have a very humorous and sarcastic shooter. Helldivers 2 is the continuation of the top-down shooter released in 2015. However, it features different gameplay, being a cooperative third-person shooter in which the player commands the last squad with the power to save humanity from alien threats that want end us.

The game promises strategic missions, in which you will need to defeat your opponents and take care of your allies, along with absolutely wonderful visuals and a very wide variety of weapons. The title will be available for PC and PlayStation 5.

Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden – February 13

Banishers: Ghosts of New EdenBanishers: Ghosts of New EdenSource: Don't Nod Entertainment

On the 13th, there's a hot release for those who like action RPG. Developed by Don't Nod Entertainment, the same as Life Is Strange and the recent Jusant, Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden takes place in 1695 and tells the love story between Antea Duarte and Red mac Raith, a pair of ghost hunters.

The problem is that, due to a failed mission, Antea became one of these spirits and they must now look for a way to bring her back to normal. The player controls both characters, switching between them during combat and exploration, using supernatural and mundane powers to progress the plot. And speaking of which, it will be necessary to make very complex decisions that will affect their lives and the lives of other inhabitants of this world.

Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden will be released for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S and PC.

Skull and Bones – February 16

Skull and BonesSkull and BonesSource: Ubisoft

An urban legend will end on the 16th. After 7 years of its announcement and 11 of the beginning of its development, Skull and Bones will finally hit the market. It is a naval combat game in which you can assemble your ship, collect resources, accept missions and explore an open world.

In addition to the singleplayer mode, it will also feature cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes, to bring friends together and dominate more than seven seas. Its gameplay is very reminiscent of Assassin's Creed IVin the parts where vessels were controlled.

Whether Skull and Bones will be as good as the game starring Captain Kenway, we will find out in a few days, when it is released for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S and PC.

Mario vs. Donkey Kong – February 16

Mario vs.  Donkey KongMario vs. Donkey KongSource: Nintendo

On the same day 16, we have an exclusive launch for the red side of the force. Unlike what you can imagine, Mario vs. Donkey Kong It is not a platform game, but a puzzle game inspired by the game of the same name released for the Game Boy Advance. This time, Donkey Kong stole all the toy Mini-Marios and now our mustachioed plumber must recover them, going through more than 130 different levels in which you will have to think well to get through all the obstacles. If you want to play with a friend, it can be played completely cooperatively with another player locally. It will be exclusive to Nintendo Switch.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Remake – February 28

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons RemakeBrothers: A Tale of Two Sons RemakeSource: Avantgarden, 505 Games

On the penultimate day of the month, we will have a remake that was announced recently. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Remake will be a faithful rework of the game originally released in 2013 and directed by Josef Fares, famous for It Takes Two and the classic “F*ck the Oscar”. The plot follows two brothers on a journey of discovery, loss, adventure and mystery.

What made the game stand out when it was released more than a decade ago was its gameplay, as each of the brothers was controlled by one half of the controller, meaning that the player needed to work their brain to command both while solving the most diverse problems. challenges along the way.

In this new version, distributor 505 Games confirmed that it will be possible to play with another person, unlike the previous one, which can only be played by one person. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Remake will be released on February 28th for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S and PC

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth – February 29

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth.Final Fantasy VII Rebirth.Source: Square Enix

And to close the month, we have one of the most anticipated games of 2024. Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is the second part of the trilogy of games that constitute the remake of Final Fantasy 7. His story takes place after the events of his predecessor, following Cloud and his gang searching for Sephiroth after fleeing the city of Midgar.

The gameplay remains practically the same, but the title brings several new features, such as a card game called Queen's Blood, a new difficulty, completely new cities, new characters and secondary missions that improve the protagonist's affinity with his companions.

And it's worth saying that it will most likely be in this game that we will have THAT scene, if you know what I mean. Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth will be released exclusively for PlayStation 5.

More games arriving in February:

  • Persona 3 Reload (PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One) – February 2
  • Ultras (PS5, PS4, PC) – February 13
  • Tomb Raider Remastered (Nintendo Switch, PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One) – February 14
  • PlateUp! (PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Switch) – February 15
  • Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters (PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One) – February 20
  • Open Roads (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, Switch, PC) – February 22
  • Pacific Drive (PS5, PC) – February 22
  • Nightingale (PC) – February 22
  • Wrath: Aeon of Ruin (PC) – February 27

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