Microsoft has announced that PC players will be joining the fun of Xbox Game Pass and will be doing so fairly quickly as the PC beta component of Microsoft’s newest streaming service is available to download today!
Yes, that means PC players can now access the huge library of over 100+ titles of titles through Xbox Game Pass. One of the biggest news pieces to come out of the announcement is the fact that Microsoft will be adding the PC platform to the Ultimate subscription.
This means that for $14.99 a month, subscribers will have access to Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Live Gold, and PC Xbox Game Pass! And if you didn’t know, the price did not increase or change with the addition of PC; it stayed exactly at $15!
Check out the reveal trailer for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate down below:
Get Your First Month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for just $1
In April, we announced Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, combining Xbox Game Pass for Console and Xbox Live Gold into one convenient membership for the low monthly price of $14.99. Today, we are adding Xbox Game Pass for PC to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at no additional cost.
New members and existing Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass for Console members can join or upgrade today and get their first month for just $1. Additionally, if you’re a current Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass member, and have pre-paid months on your account, you’ll get Xbox Game Pass Ultimate credit for those months when you upgrade.
In addition to the exciting news on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Microsoft then announced that Xbox Game Pass for the PC will be available starting today; in beta form.
Join Xbox Game Pass for PC (Beta) Now
With Xbox Game Pass for PC (Beta), members will be able to explore a curated library of over 100 high quality PC games from over 75 content partners.
New games are added all the time and new releases from Xbox Game Studios, including those from developers like Obsidian and inXile, will premiere on Xbox Game Pass for PC. The new way to experience Xbox Game Pass for PC (Beta) on Windows 10 is with the new Xbox app, available to download now from the Microsoft Store or at Xbox.com.
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