Although PC Game Pass has been available for some time in the main Microsoft and Xbox markets, the truth is that there were still a good handful of countries in Latin America (and Europe) in which the subscription service had not been launched. Now, Microsoft has confirmed that, via Xbox Insider, Users from another 40 countries will be able to enjoy the service.
At the moment, yes, it does so in format preview. Includes access to all games available in the Microsoft PC Game Pass subscription for a special trial price for the first monthbut then it will cost the same price as the regular subscription.
Access to the program preview of PC Game Pass will be available from today February 28. Users who want to try the service must register in the Gama Pass preview via the Insider Program within the Xbox Insider Hub app for PC. Once registered, you will have access to over a hundred games. Plus including new Xbox Game Studios releases from day one, Bethesda games, access to EA Play and exclusive subscriber benefits on Riot Games.
There are already more than 80 countries in which PC Game Pass is available
In total, as we say, there are 40 new countries that will have this service available, spread across almost all regions, including America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Costa Rica
- The Savior
- north macedonia
The PC Game Pass library is renewed every month with new content and, as Microsoft has announced, there will be new releases next April. Minecraft Legends will launch on Tuesday, April 18; Redfall, the expected shooter of, arrives on May 2; and the arrival of the big games from Xbox Studios is expected next fall.
Along with the announcement of the arrival of the service in these 40 countries, Microsoft has confirmed that PC Game Pass is now available in 86 countries around the worldeither. It is undoubtedly one of the most widely available subscription services on the market.