Following the success of Xbox Game Pass no Xbox One, it seems that Microsoft will be bringing it to PC, offering gamers who avail the service unlimited access to a curated library of over 100 PC titles on Windows 10.
While there are no list of games yet that has been released, Microsoft revealed that well known publishers like Bethesda Softworks, Deep Silver, Devolver Digital, Paradox Interactive, and Sega will bring their games into the service when it goes live soon.
Similar to its Xbox One counterpart, the Xbox Game Pass for PC will get new games from Xbox Game Studios on the same day as their global releases. This means when Gears 5 releases later this year, those who have Xbox Game Pass can play the game on both PC and Xbox One on release day. This includes titles from newly acquired studio such as Obsidian Entertainment and inXile Entertainment, in which their games are still unannounced.
Aside from having game access, Xbox Game Pass for PC will also receive discounts from the Microsoft Store on Windows of up to 20 percent on games currently in the library and up to 10 percent on game add-ons.
With E3 around the corner, Microsoft is expected to talk about more of this and possible release a line up of games during their press conference.
In addition, Microsoft also announced that following Halo: The Master Chief Collection, they will continue to add its more than 20 Xbox Game Studios titles to Steam including Gears 5, and Age of Empires I, II, and III: Definitive Editions.
Check back with us during E3 week for more exciting news and previews as we head to Los Angeles to participate in the event. Stay tuned.