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Microsoft CEO Announced that Xbox Game Pass Will Expand to PC

Microsoft CEO Announced that Xbox Game Pass Will Expand to PC

Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, after the recently announced Micosoft’s FY19 Q1 earnings, announced their plans to expand the Xbox Game Pass service to PC, since the gaming revenue rose by 44%, with Xbox software and services revenue garnering growth of 36%.

Xbox Games Pass has become a key aspect of the company gaming business for the past year, with over 100 games in its rotating library that most of the games come from the Microsoft studios. And with Halo Infinite, Gears of War 5, and more titles to be released, the subscription is quickly becoming a must-have for many Xbox One owners.

Windows Central said in a post on their website:

“While details on its PC expansion are limited, a debut on Windows 10’s integrated Microsoft Store seems likely. However, with the storefront lacking authority in PC gaming, it’s unclear what value can be expected beyond consoles.”

Currently the Xbox Game Pass service is priced at 9.99$ per month, giving gamers access to a lot of good titles for a low price.

Download and play in full fidelity

Download directly to your console and play online or off.

How it works

  1. Sign up for an Xbox Game Pass subscription
  2. Browse the Xbox Game Pass catalog here or on your Xbox dashboard
  3. Install your choice of games
  4. Play as much as you want, whenever you want

Exclusive discounts

Love a game currently in the existing catalog and want to own it? You can buy it and save up to 20%, plus get up to 10% off related game add-ons and consumables*

*Discount offers exclude titles within 30 days of launch; discounts based on Microsoft Store price. Some discounts not available with select titles.

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[…] has also announced that Game Pass is now coming to PC and that is some pretty exciting news for the PC fans out there. […]