Xbox Game Pass: New Microsoft Titles Can Be Played on PC Too

Audrey Hill
January 25, 2018

Will this new Xbox Game Pass expansion finally tempt you into giving it a shot?

Lastly, Spencer's announcement post also confirmed that starting on March 20, select retailers like GameStop will start offering a six-month Xbox Game Pass subscription card for $59.99, giving potential subscribers more options for how they opt into the service. It's always been a neat little extra, but as of this week it's evolving into something much more useful. While they don't have set release dates yet, both State of Decay 2 and Crackdown 3 were mentioned as other Xbox One exclusives that will be coming to Xbox Game Pass at release. After getting beaten out by Sony during that fateful E3 Microsoft has really kicked it into overdrive - competition is good! It's also worth noting that the Game Pass now only supports games that are on the console and does not now feature support for the Xbox Play Anywhere program, which lets gamers buy one title and enjoy it both on a PC running Windows 10 and the console.

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Seeing as some of the games - and all future first-party ones - are Xbox Play Anywhere titles, many wanted to know if the same promotion also extends to PC.

Xbox Division Boss Phil Spencer announced a major change regarding the Xbox Game Pass. The cards will cost $60 (matching Game Pass's existing fee of $10/month), but will mean you don't need a credit card to subscribe. We've listened to our community and are excited to be bringing this new console to Indian gamers. The new Xbox One X is going to be available from Tuesday itself from Amazon, Flipkart, Croma, Landmark, and Microsoft India stores, alongside the speciality gaming stories across the country.

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