Xbox Game Pass expanded with new, upcoming Microsoft titles

Gare – Thursday, January 25, 2018 10:04 AM
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Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft’s subscription-based gaming service, will now include Microsoft’s Xbox One-exclusive titles including upcoming and even currently unannounced games, Phil Spencer revealed. The service works with a $9.99/month model, offering over a hundred games to be played as long as you remain subscribed. Furthermore, the recently-announced expansion will add upcoming Xbox One-exclusive titles to the service on the day they are released – to use Spencer’s example, Sea of Thieves will be immediately available on Xbox Game Pass on its March 20 release day. This affects currently unannounced titles as well, such as future additions to the Halo, Gears of War, or Forza franchises.

Furthermore, Xbox Game Pass offers a 14-day free trial for those wanting to try the service beforehand.

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