Not many details were revealed during the earnings call, but knowing that Game Pass is coming to PC is a huge step for Microsoft’s Play Anywhere ecosystem.
It remains unknown whether all titles available in the service, including third-party offerings, will be available on the Microsoft Store on PC once the service debuts.
We imagine first-party titles will be the major focus for Game Pass on PC, all of which have begun to launch on the service alongside a traditional release.
To celebrate the Halloween season, a variety of titles have been introduced to Xbox Game Pass including Hello Neighbour, Outlast 2 and a few other spooky treats.
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