Microsoft kickstarted the first day of E3 with some amazing stuff and one of which was definitely an eye candy for budget gamers all over, was the Xbox Game Pass.
The Game Pass is the monthly subscription service by Microsoft for the Xbox players to get supported games on a short monthly subscription fee instead of buying the game forever on full retail price.
Microsoft announced that the Microsoft Game Pass will be available for PC users right away as a Beta program. What you need to do is go to the link and download the Pass for PC app. You also need to make sure that you are on the latest Windows 1903 build to install and use this service.
By August, 100 games will be supported on the Pass on PC and all the 60 games showcased on the Microsoft E3 broadcast will be available on the Pass from day 1.
Before E3 ends, you can get the the Pass subscription for 50 rupees (or $1), instead of 329 rupees (or $9.99) per month for the Beta.
Popular titles include (and not limited to) Football Manager 2019, Metro Exodus, Wolfenstein 2, ARK: Survival Evolved, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Forza Horizon 4, Vampyr and Hollow Knight. And COMPLETE Halo Master Chief Collection.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is for those who want everything in a sweet closed packaged deal. It gives access to the complete Game pass library, Xbox Live Gold for console gaming and it also gives you the Game Pass at no additional cost.
The Ultimate pass is available for 50 rupees (or $1) while E3 is live. Get the pass here.
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