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February 2024 has arrived, and with it a fresh calendar of exciting new game releases. From anti-hero super heroes, to returns of classic titles, to one of the most anticipated RPGs of the year, February looks stacked.

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Granblue Fantasy: Relink – February 1

Cygames / PlayStation

Play it on: PS5, PS4, Windows

A followup to a Japanese free-to-play mobile game, Granblue Fantasy: Relink features an engaging combat system in a bright and beautiful fantasy world. In Kotaku’s review of Relink, Josh Broadwell said:

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – February 2

Rocksteady / Warner Bros. Games

Play it on: PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Windows

Suicide Squad may have struggled to impress early on, with online connection fumbles for those who bought into its early access period. But with its full release arriving on February 2, we’ll see if it just offers more of the same live-servicey, battle-pass drenched muck that tires all of us out, or if it can deliver on the promise of being a direct follow-up to Rocksteady’s earlier Arkham games.

Persona 3 Reload – February 2


Play it on: PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Windows

A complete remake of Persona 3, Kotaku staff writer Kenneth Shepard described Reload in our review as:

CLeM – February 6

Mango Protocol / GameTrailers

Play it on: Switch, Windows

The developers of CLeM (not be confused with that Clem) describe it as a “puzzlevania,” as it endeavors to combine exploration, narrative, and puzzles.

Foamstars – February 6

Toylogic / PlayStation

Play it on: PS5, PS4

Square Enix’s take on the Splatoon format, Foamstars is a 4v4 shooter with multiple game modes and plenty of colorful, splashy violence.

Helldivers 2 – February 8

Arrowhead Game Studios / PlayStation

Play it on: PS5, Windows

A third-person co-operative PvE shooter that tasks you with taking on vicious alien adversaries, Helldivers 2 lets you customize unique loadouts to take on evolving threats.

Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden – February 13

Don’t Nod / Focus Entertainment

Play it on: PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Windows

After a brief delay, Banishers finally arrives on February 13 with a duo-protagonist action RPG experience that has you banishing the souls of the dead to stop them from haunting the living.

Lysfanga: The Time Shift Warrior – February 13

Sand Door Studio / Quantic Dream

Play it on: Windows

Combining Hades-looking action with time-bending powers, Lysfanga lets you deploy replicas of your past self to take on speedy enemies.

Ultros – February 13

Hadoque / PlayStation

Play it on: PS5, Windows

A “psychedelic metroidvania,” Ultros looks bold and colorful, with an art style and soundtrack crafted by Hotline Miami’s El Huervo.

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered – February 14

Crystal Dynamics / PlayStation

Play it on: PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, Windows

The classic Tomb Raider games are back, and Lara’s looking better than ever. Featuring updated graphics that still look like they’ll capture those old-school vibes, the package includes Tomb Raider I, II, and III.

Skull and Bones – February 16


Play it on: PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Windows

Well, this one took a while, huh? Skull and Bones, the pirate game from Ubisoft that totally looks like more of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag (which, hey, was a pretty awesome game) finally arrives on February 16.

Mario vs. Donkey Kong – February 16


Play it on: Switch

A remake of 2004’s Game Boy Advance’s Mario vs. Donkey Kong, this puzzle-based game sees Mario journey through 130 different levels, with each one ending with a showdown against Donkey Kong.

Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters – February 20

Complex Games / GameSpot Trailers

Play it on: PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Windows

A turn-based tactical RPG set in the iconic Warhammer universe, players must fight back against a galaxy-wide plague that’s devouring entire planets.

Last Epoch – February 21

Eleventh Hour Games

Play it on: Windows

With 15 different classes and over a hundred skill trees, Last Epoch promises a dungeon-crawling action RPG experience with deep customization.

Bandle Tale: A League of Legends Story – February 21

Lazy Bear Games / Riot Forge

Play it on: Switch, Windows

The League of Legends universe continues to expand with a crafting-based RPG set in Bandle City. Bandle Tale offers colorful pixel art and beet soup (yes, you’ll be cooking up some beet soup for NPCs to keep them happy).

Nightingale – February 22

Inflexion Games

Play it on: Windows

An open-world survival experience, Nightingale features PvE challenges in an elegant-looking fantasy realm with melee weapons and guns.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Remake – February 28

Avantgarden SRL

Play it on: PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Windows

The 2013 co-op sensation returns with fancy new visuals. Though the game really shines in co-op, you can also enjoy it as a solo experience.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – February 29

Square Enix

Play it on: PS5

The second chapter of the Final Fantasy VII remake project, Rebirth reunites players with Cloud, Tifa, Aerith, Barret, and more as they confront whatever evil machinations Sephiroth is devising.

Read More: Everything We Know About Final Fantasy VII Rebirth

Featuring more open spaces than 2020’s Remake and new additions to the combat system, Rebirth is easily one of the most anticipated titles of 2024.

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