With an announcement on May 30th, Phil Spencer predisposes us to expand the Xbox Game Pass service for PC gamers. The announcement states that PC users will now have unlimited access to the library, including more than 100 titles, through the Xbox Game Pass service. With several titles from collaborative Studio Bethesda, Deep Silver, Devolver Digital, Paradox Interactive, SEGA, and Xbox Game Studio, along with titles from newly-acquired Studio Obsidian and inXile.
Another feature mentioned in the announcement is the company’s intention to unite Console and PC communities with titles that offer Cross-Play, Voice and Text communication and a Friends List, regardless of the player’s platform. This will of course be accomplished by upgrading the Windows 10 XBOX Game Bar.
Another news that comes out of the announcement is that now many of the Xbox Game Studio titles will be available through Steam, with Microsoft recognizing the platform’s appeal to the gamers world.
We look forward to more details during Microsoft’s briefing during the E3 on June 9 in Los Angeles. Those who want to watch the event live will be available through both the Xbox and the Mixer, while there will probably be coverage by XBOX YouTube Channel.
We will update the article with the Live Links as soon as they are available.