Microsoft Confirms Xbox Game Pass Coming To PC
Everything indicates that the reception of the Xbox Game Pass service has been excellent in different markets and Microsoft is ready to take the next important step to fulfill its goal of bringing video games to the largest number of players in the world. We tell you this because today it was confirmed that the distribution service that debuted on Xbox One will soon come to PC.
Today, during the presentation of its corresponding financial report with the first quarter of the fiscal year 2019, Microsoft highlighted the performance of its games division and the results obtained by the environment shared by Xbox One and Windows 10.
As reported, one of the sectors that contributed to the increase in revenues of the company was the services and in that sense, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, highlighted the success of Xbox Game Pass and announced that soon the distribution service will expand towards PC.
Although the information revealed by the executive was limited, it is expected that Xbox Game Pass will be integrated into Windows 10 via the Microsoft Store in the short term and this will boost the gaming experience on PC from the environment offered by Microsoft.
It should be noted that since the debut of Xbox Game Pass it was possible to play some titles included in the PC subscription service thanks to the Play Anywhere program, however, today’s confirmation means that the entire library of games will be part of the service, or at least most of them will be available for Windows 10 users.
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