Windows 11 will natively integrate Xbox Game Pass. Microsoft has just announced the good news. Enough to make video games even more accessible.
With its Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft is hitting the video game market hard. The American giant thus greatly facilitates access to video games themselves. And with the imminent arrival of Windows 11, the thing will be even more obvious. Indeed, this new major version of the operating system will natively integrate the Xbox Game Pass.
Windows 11 will natively integrate Xbox Game Pass
In the not-so-distant future, computers running Windows 11 will be able to play video games straight out of the box. Indeed, when Microsoft made Windows 11 official, the Redmond firm also announced that one of the features of this new version would be to have Xbox Game Pass. In other words, if you are already a subscriber, you will be able to start playing immediately.
For machines ready for gaming right out of the box
For those who don’t know, Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service similar to other services like Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass. For a few euros each month, players have access to a catalog of games that they can enjoy, a bit like enjoying Netflix movies and series whenever they want.
According to the Microsoft statement, “Game Pass for PC includes PC games from Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda on the day of their release, a no-cost EA Play account with Game Pass for PC or Ultimate and a large selection of titles from partner developers, young and old, with very frequent new entries.”
Note that this Xbox Game Pass is different from Xbox Game Pass Ultimate which offers additional features like cloud streaming play and Xbox Live Gold, but it should also be very interesting.