Poll: Which February Game Are You Most Anticipating?

By Mark Delaney, 10 months ago
Happy Friday TA! Don't be alarmed but it's already February. It seems like only yesterday we were gearing up for the big holiday rush of games, but here we are many weeks on from that time. How are your post-2017 backlogs looking?

Last week's poll asked about Xbox Game Pass. It was the primary talking point all week after Microsoft's big news. The poll asked about our users subscribing to the service in light of the news. With just under half of all votes (49.7%) the most popular option was "I don't subscribe yet but I may later." Not surprisingly, the second biggest vote share went to those of you stating you were already subscribed before the news. That makes sense on a site like this, with die hard gamers and achievement hunters looking for a bounty of games and gamerscore.

Need your racing fix?<br/> Gravel comes out this month.Need your racing fix?
Gravel comes out this month.

This week we're looking at the month of games coming our way. February isn't a very busy month, but you'd be mistaken for thinking it's a completely quiet 28 days. Today sees the release of at least one major title, and over the next four weeks there are several more, like the long in development Kingdom Come: Deliverance, the controversial Metal Gear Survive, and a new racer from Milestone, Gravel. Which of these are you most excited about?

Before you choose the "none" option, be sure to check out our game release calendar, which is updated regularly with every release date reveal or change. You can find it under the main menu tab on the top of the site or take a shortcut right here.
Which February game are you most anticipating?
  • EA Sports UFC 32.73% (69)
  • Kingdom Come: Deliverance15.28% (386)
  • Age of Empires: Definitive Edition (Windows 10)14.89% (376)
  • Gravel6.1% (154)
  • Metal Gear Survive5.03% (127)
  • Other10.89% (275)
  • None45.09% (1139)
We've had 2526 responses.
Mark Delaney
Written by Mark Delaney
Mark is a Boston native now living in Portland, Oregon. He's the Editorial Manager on TA, loves story-first games, and is the host of the community game club TA Playlist. Outside of games he likes biking, sci-fi, the NFL, and spending time with his family. He almost never writes in the third person.