United States: Microsoft has launched console-centric subscription service Xbox Game Pass to Windows 10.
The company is promising a new, “curated library” with more than 100 titles from various third-party developers including Bethesda, Deep Silver, Devolver Digital, Paradox Interactive and Sega.
These include upcoming titles from Obsidian Entertainment, inXile Entertainment, and the other studios that Microsoft bought last year, the report said.
The new Game Pass is just like the console equivalent that was launched in June 2017.
However, it remains unclear how much would the PC service cost and if gamers would need separate subscriptions for both platforms.
The company has also announced its intention to release more PC games on Steam, and other storefronts, “at launch.”