Microsoft’s PC Game Pass is now available to 40 more countries, expanding its reach to over 70 countries. The subscription service offers access to over 100 games, including titles from Xbox Game Studios and a range of third-party publishers.
PC Game Pass Comes to 40 More Countries
Microsoft has announced the expansion of its PC Game Pass to 40 more countries, giving gamers access to more than 100 high-quality games. This expansion includes countries in Europe, Asia, South America, and the Middle East.
The expansion of the PC Game Pass includes a new subscription tier, the Ultimate tier. This tier includes Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Game Pass for console and PC, and EA Play. It also includes access to over 100 high-quality games and exclusive discounts.
What’s Important to Know?
The PC Game Pass is available for Windows 10 and Xbox One, and will soon be available for Android devices. The subscription tiers are available for a monthly fee, and gamers can choose the tier that best fits their needs.
“We’re thrilled to bring PC Game Pass to more gamers around the world, giving them access to a library of more than 100 high-quality games,” said Sarah Bond, Corporate Vice President of Gaming Partnerships & Ecosystems at Microsoft.
The PC Game Pass also includes exclusive access to Xbox Game Studios titles the day they launch, as well as discounts on games and DLC. The subscription also includes access to Xbox Live Gold, which gives gamers access to online multiplayer and exclusive offers.
Microsoft is continuing to expand the PC Game Pass to more countries, giving gamers access to more games and exclusive offers. With the new Ultimate tier, gamers can access over 100 high-quality games and exclusive discounts.
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From the Windows Blog