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Xbox Announces Subscription Game Service (Update)


Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox Games Pass will launch for the public starting on June 1. Players will be able to enjoy a 14-day free trial period before having to pay $9.99 per month. A Gold level account won’t be necessary to use this service, but will be required to play multiplayer games.

For more information on Xbox Games Pass, including a list of available games, click here.

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Microsoft has announced a new game monthly service, Xbox Games Pass that will launch this spring. Games Pass will give Xbox One and PC gamers access to a rotating list of Xbox One and Xbox 360 games. Unlike features such as PlayStation Now, the games will be downloadable.

Microsoft has confirmed that 2K, Capcom, Sega, Bandai Namco, THQ, Deep Silver, 505 Games, Codemasters, Focus Home Interactive, and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment are some of the developers that have jumped on board for the new service. There will also be first party games as well, with Halo 5: Guardians highlighting the announced content.

The service will be 9.99 a month, with new games rotating in and out on a monthly basis.

By Jerry Young

Northern California born and raised, now living in the heat. Small town roots. Not a great cook(but I make a hell of an effort). When I'm not playing video games, I dabble in the world of card tricks. Former college basketball player(still got it!).

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