Xbox PC. After a few months of repeated attempt, Microsoft’s Xbox PC Game Pass has lastly landed on our strands. First, you will need a courteous PC to enjoy most of the games within the pass. However, not all games need you to have a NASA Supercomputer to run them.
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The subscription begins at RM15 per month, but new players may enjoy a lower rate of only RM5 for the first three months. Unfortunately, you are not capable for the lower price if you have enrolled for the trial period.
The Xbox Game Pass gives players approach to over 100 triple-A PC games for a nearly monthly fee. Players will also get approach to games under the EA banner, thanks to its connection to the EA Play subscription service.
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Players can enroll for the PC Game Pass preview giving them approach to a library of over 100 high-quality games including new Xbox Game Studios releases on day one, iconic Bethesda games, and an EA Play membership for one cheap monthly price. With a huge variety of PC games across brand , and new games added all the time, there’s something for everyone to play and enjoy.
Get access to hundreds of triple-A titles at a nominal fee!https://t.co/YE5DSQyAHJ
— IGN Southeast Asia (@IGNSEA) April 22, 2022
It only takes less minutes to join the preview in the Insider app.1 Players can then trial PC Game Pass for RM0.50 for the duration of the preview as we setup and experiment the local payment systems. As this is the first step in starting approch to PC Game Pass in the location, players can experiment and share their feedback so we can make enhancements across the service. We look forward to sharing more about how to join PC Game Pass when the service releases in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam later this year.
“At this, our target is simple, to bring the entertainment and community of gaming to everyone on the world. Bringing PC Game Pass to new countries in Southeast Asia is a vital part of how we will accomplish this as we endeavor to reach billions of players,” said Jeremy Hinton, Xbox Asia Business Lead.
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