Xbox Game Pass For PC will finally come out of the beta phase. Starting next week, we’ll be able to enjoy a whole new gaming experience on PC.
The Windows 10 PC takes on the video game subscription service, which offers a selection of first and third-party Windows and Xbox games to download and play for a monthly fee. The service was available until now in a public beta form and came with a price tag of $4.99/month. The full release, however, will double that amount to $9.99. Here is what you need to know.
Xbox Game Pass For PC: Features, Games, and Subscription Plans
The news of Xbox Game Pass coming next week on PC emerged recently. Microsoft announced that the $4.99 monthly fee was only for a limited time, meaning the price hike shouldn’t surprise us at all. But, we’re still hoping that the general availability release means that the giant tech has made some tweaks to upgrade Xbox Game Pass For PC and widened the range of games available on the service.
Some issues were reported a few months ago. While it offers a decent gaming experience overall, it sometimes showed some errors or struggled to make it intuitive to play multiplayer games with other players. Even if the range of Xbox Game Pass games is extensive, there aren’t many PC titles.
Xbox Game Pass For PC will offer access to Electronic Arts’ gaming subscription service and EA Play, for no extra cost. Such a thing will provide more than 60 additional titles to the overall Xbox Game Pass For PC mix. The games include Mass Effect, Battlefield, The Sims, and much more.
So far, the Xbox Game Pass has been one of the greatest deals in gaming. It offered a lot of games across several platforms at a decent price tag.