Microsoft recently announced its Xbox Game Pass for PC with the upcoming Windows 10 subscription featuring more than 100 games for a monthly fixed-price. Offering a PC option to the well-established Xbox One service, Xbox Game Pass for PC will come with assistance from more than 75 game publishers and creators, also providing all PC games published on Xbox from the first day of launch.
While more details about the service on PC will be divulged at its E3 2019 event next week, on June the 9th, a compelling piece of information about the PC gaming service might have appeared on the Xbox Reddit.
A Reddit user going by the name of ‘Siiddx,’ published on the website an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate voucher which already seems to make a referral that the PC Game Pass will come with the Game Pass Ultimate offer as well. In addition to showing the Xbox One console, the voucher also clearly specifies PC.
Even though Xbox Game Pass for PC is a separate subscription to the Xbox One service, there are clear signs that show an inevitable merging with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate comes with access not only for the Xbox Game Pass but for Xbox Live Gold as well. Xbox Game Pass is scheduled to launch sometime in the third or fourth quarter of this year.
Another new information has recently surfaced about the Xbox Game Pass for PC. This says that numerous Xbox Game Pass for PC references have already been visible on the Windows Store, including Forza 4, We Happy Few, Hello Neighbor, and ARK. In addition, the Xbox Game Pass for PC mentions for both Halo: Spartan Assault and Spartan Strike have also been discovered on the Windows Store.
As we previously mentioned, more details about the Xbox Game Pass for PC will be disclosed at Microsoft’s E3 press conference next week.