Xbox Game Pass: New Microsoft Titles Can Be Played on PC Too

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When it was released past year, it only included older titles but now you can play all of Xbox's first party new releases.

Microsoft is expanding its Xbox Game Pass subscription service to include all new titles from the company's other Microsoft Studios on the day they launch. Titles like the zombie-themed State of Decay 2, Crackdown 3 and unannounced entries in the Halo and Gears of War franchises will follow later on.

This is no doubt an incredible deal for gamers everywhere.

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Interestingly, the press release is sure to mention that all future exclusives will also be made available through Xbox Game Pass on the day of their release. Not only does this add significant value to the service, but it gives Xbox One owners an affordable way to try new games without shelling out $60. If you play the Microsoft exclusives on Windows 10 it's likely that you felt left out; however, you do not have to do it, since you can also enjoy some of the benefits of this program via Play Anywhere. It's also worth noting that the Game Pass now only supports games that are on the console and does not now feature support for the Xbox Play Anywhere program, which lets gamers buy one title and enjoy it both on a PC running Windows 10 and the console.

Each month, Xbox Game Pass will add a new set of games to the catalogue, much in the same way Xbox One Backwards Compatibility titles are added.

Yes if the title is Xbox Play Anywhere you can play the PC version too if you are a Game Pass member. "We've listened to our community and are excited to be bringing this new console to Indian gamers", said Priyadarshi Mohapatra - Country General Manager, Consumer & Devices Sales, Microsoft India.

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