Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox Game Pass game subscription service will officially reach PC. As Microsoft announces in its official blog, the service will provide access to over 100 games from 75 different publishers on PC.
This is a subscription service so far exclusive to Xbox gamers. Available in UK, has a cost of 1 euro first month, costing 9.99 euro in the following months. However, the prices that will be charged to PC gamers have not yet been revealed.
The Game Pass PC game library will feature Xbox Game Studios titles, but also publishers such as Bethesda, Deep Silver, Return Digital, Paradox Interactive or Sega.
In the official blog post, it was assured by Xbox's top manager that he is in talks with more than 75 PC game developers. Phil Spencer guarantees the service will offer a diverse and constantly updating library.
Game Pass for PC will also offer discounts at Microsoft Store
As with Xbox, the PC version of Game Pass will also offer discounts at the Microsoft Store. These include up to 20% off available games as well as 10% off DLCs and other additional content.
Microsoft promises to reveal more "during E3," including the arrival date of the new service for PC gamers. All doubts will be dispelled at the briefing that Xbox scheduled at the event for June 9th.
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