Microsoft Plans To Expand Xbox Game Pass Service to PC

Xbox Game Pass is undoubtedly one of the most attractive services to enjoy on Xbox One nowadays. For an affordable price of only $9.99 per month, the Microsoft console’s Xbox Game Pass presents a broad list of video games that is updated month after month and also includes the first-party releases of the console from the moment they reach the market. At a date yet to be announced, Microsoft would expand the Xbox Game Pass service to PC for players to enjoy the feature on Windows.

Microsoft Plans To Expand Xbox Game Pass Service to PC

This news comes directly from Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft, so the information is official. At the moment it should be noted that no details have been shared regarding this expansion, so we do not know if it will follow the same model that is now available on Xbox One.

In the meantime, until Microsoft expands its Xbox Game Pass service to PC, you still have plenty of time to take advantage of the recent Halloween deals and get four terrifying games.

Xbox Game Pass Halloween Deals

Halloween is just around the corner, and Xbox One is celebrating the event on its Xbox Game Pass service. Accordingly, Microsoft has decided to take a step forward alongside Xbox Game Pass and add four terrifying new games to the subscription service catalog.

So, it is now possible to enjoy four new titles via Xbox Game Pass service, to celebrate the Halloween:

  • Observer
  • Outlast
  • Dead Island: Riptide
  • Hello Neighbor

Also, in the following days, Microsoft might also add even more games to make this Halloween an excellent experience for Xbox gamers who are members of the Xbox Game Pass service.

In short, Microsoft decided to expand its Xbox Game Pass service to PC to allow Windows gamers to enjoy the company’s games catalog.

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