Xbox Game Pass Is Coming To PC, Microsoft CEO Confirms

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Oct 25
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The Xbox Game Pass has been launched for Xbox One a while back, allowing players to download and play the games available on it by paying a subscription fee. Microsoft has been constantly expanding the total number of available titles, and it seems like the company is going to expand the service itself by launching it on PC.

The Xbox Game Pass coming to PC has been confirmed by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella during the company’s latest earnings call. The Game Pass launch on PC, Nadella said, will help the expanding of the Xbox community.

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Xbox has the key gaming community and the monetization capabilities. Whether it’s first-party games or third-party games, we are best-in-class in that monetization and that’s what’s reflected in the results.

So given that structural position, we are going to make sure that we keep increasing the strength of the community. You see that already with Minecraft going to all platforms and that increasing the intensity of the community and you’ll see us do more of that. Obviously, bringing Game Pass to even the PC is going to be a big element of that.

As already mentioned, the Xbox Game Pass offer is increased every month. This month, Dead Island: Riptide and Outlast have been added to the line-up, among other titles.

Dead Island: Riptide DE

Are you ready to return to the Banoi Archipelago? Dead Island Riptide Definitive Edition continues the story of the survivors from Dead Island as they fight to survive the zombie apocalypse. Having escaped from the ruins of Banoi, fate has jumped in to drag them back into the mire. Our Dead Island Riptide DEDefinitive Edition gives you access to all the content produced for Dead Island Riptide and features remastered graphics to bring the undead to life. (Not available in Germany)

Outlast

The rules of survival within the walls of the remote Mount Massive asylum are very simple: run, hide, or die. The nearly forgotten home for the criminally insane was recently re-opened by the transnational Murkoff Corporation whose activities have been hidden away under a strict code of secrecy. Miles Upshur, an independent journalist, decides to investigate into an anonymous tip, but quickly finds himself swallowed up by the deranged horrors that have taken over the asylum. Outlast is a first-person survival horror game that takes you on a journey through a nightmare that you may never wake from.

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