Microsoft brings the Xbox Game Pass subscription service to a computer ecosystem. Microsoft's Xbox Division Manager, Phil Spencer, announced that the Xbox Game Pass is headed for the PC, bringing PC players the benefits of their Xbox counterparts, such as access to over 100 Windows games and the ability to play a title. from Xbox Game Studios on the day of its global release for a monthly fee. In addition, Xbox Game Studios computer games will be available on third-party online stores on the opening day. The company is also looking forward to supporting native Win32 games for the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft's Xbox division has written on Xbox Wire that its upcoming PC subscription service will simply be called the Xbox Game Pass, giving consumers access to over 100 PC games from developers like Bethesda, SEGA and Paradox Interactive. Like the original Microsoft Xbox Game Pass service, PC players who sign up for Xbox Game Pass will be able to play on Xbox Game Studios on the same day they release new games.
From now on, more than 75 developers and publishers have been established to bring their games to the Xbox Game Pass for the PC, in order to create a library of titles spread across various genres that it keeps every month.
Microsoft also benefits the Xbox Game Pass for PC subscribers. PC games receive up to 20 percent discount on games and up to 10 percent on DLC and accessories. As of now, it is not clear when the Xbox Game Pass for PC will arrive and how much it will cost. However, the above questions can be answered at E3 2019, where more details about the gaming system subscription service for the computer ecosystem will be shared.
Microsoft's games division is also looking forward to providing PC players with more options when it comes to an online store they choose to buy games. To achieve this goal, Xbox Game Studios PC games will be available simultaneously at the Microsoft Store and at third-party stores at startup. Moving Forward, More Xbox Game Studios Deals like Gears 5 and Age of Empires I, II & III: The Final Edition Goes to Steam. Finally, full support for native Win32 games will soon be enabled on the Microsoft Store in Windows, but there is no word when it happens.