Xbox Game Pass for PC – Microsoft's new gaming subscription service

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Xbox Game Pass for PC – Microsoft launches new gaming subscription service

Microsoft Corp. will begin selling a subscription service for personal computer video games, two years after unveiling a similar offering for the Xbox console.

Xbox Game Pass for PC offers access to more than 100 titles on Windows 10 for a monthly fee, rather than requiring individual purchases. They include games from studios including Bethesda, which makes the “Elder Scrolls” series, and Sega, as well as studios that Microsoft has acquired. As with Game Pass for the Xbox, Microsoft will put some games on the service the same day they are released.
 

Enzo Matrix

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Nope.

Makes sense on xb1 with the kinds of games on offer.

For pc its steam or gtfo
 

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Nope.

Makes sense on xb1 with the kinds of games on offer.

For pc its steam or gtfo

I also dislike the Windows store with a passion. There's some good news:

"Xbox Game Pass for PC will give subscribers access to over 100 “high-quality” PC games from over 75 developers and publishers.

Spencer added that PC gamers will now also be able to purchase Xbox Game Studios from other platforms such as Steam in addition to the Microsoft Store."

However, I wonder if that will include the Game Pass games.
 
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