While there's been some limited support for Xbox Game Pass on PC already, with some "Play Anywhere" titles being available on PC also for existing subscribers, but this new full release of the service on PC will bring over 200 games to the service on PC, with more on the way.
Games such as Forza Horizon 4, Halo Infinite and Gears of War 5 will be coming to the service, and there's plenty of deals currently available, including a 2-4-1 offer when paying with PayPal.
The news came when CEO Satya Nadella mentioned the plans during the recent Microsoft quarterly earnings report, with the price remaining at $10 per month, and even third party games coming to the Microsoft ecosystem, such as Rocket League and surprisingly, Fallout 4.
Microsoft have been looking to bolster their presence in the PC gaming market lately, with the acquisition of several studios, and the rumored purchase of Obsidian Entertainment being key signs of their march forward into the PC gaming arena.
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