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Microsoft Announces Plans to Bring Xbox Game Pass to PC

Microsoft has announced some exciting plans to bring its Xbox Game Pass to PC.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella briefly mentioned the plans today. Nadella attributes the decision to Microsoft’s improved standing in the gaming industry.

For those unfamiliar with the service, the Xbox Game Pass allows Xbox players to play from an expanding list of games. The list includes first and third-party games and only costs $10 a month after the free trial period ends.

Xbox has really been pushing its “play anywhere” initiative and Game Pass on PC definitely adds up.

Nadella gave no further information regarding the service such as pricing or a release date.

One of Microsoft’s recent moves in the industry surrounds the rumor that it will buy Obsidian Entertainment. Check out the story here.

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