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Microsoft has revealed that by spring next year it will be launching the Xbox Game Pass for PCs and iOS

Microsoft has revealed that by spring next year it will be launching the Xbox Game Pass for PCs and iOS

Tech giant Microsoft has recently made an announcement that the company will soon be launching Xbox Game Pass for PCs and iOS by next year. As of now, the service is limited to Xbox consoles, PCs, and Android devices, and it will be in beta for a while. Gamers are all set to play the titles available on the Xbox Game Pass with their PC, but the power of cloud streaming will make sure that you will not need a powerful system as the computing will be done in the cloud. In its latest announcement, Microsoft has revealed that the number of users for the cloud gaming services has doubled in the past month.

When compared to the last year’s numbers, the amount of engagement has doubled in November. To make sure that the momentum is unharmed, the company is bringing its services to PCs and iOS. The Game Pass Ultimate costs Rs. Six hundred ninety-nine per month and for now there is a discount of Rs. 50. We all are well aware that the games on the pass are playable on PCs with powerful hardware. But with cloud gaming, players using budget PCs will also be able to play the games from the pass library.

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