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Xbox Game Pass now has a smartphone app and 15 new games including PUBG

12 November 2018 2

Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass is a pretty useful subscription service for gamers as it allows them to play a number of games for free in exchange for a relatively affordable monthly fee. The catalog of games available under the pass gets updated at regular intervals and as part of the latest refresh, it has received support for a total of 15 new games including the insanely popular PUBG.

The announcement regarding the newly added games was made at Microsoft's X018 conference last weekend. Some of the other newly included titles include Thief of Thieves, Agents of Mayhem, MXGP3, and Thomas Was Alone. It should be noted that these titles have different dates on which they will start becoming visible in the Game Pass library.

Other than this, Microsoft launched the official Xbox Game Pass app for Android and iOS devices. It is meant to help gamers to browse the game library even when on the go. It will further allow gamers to download their games remotely so that they can have their favorite game ready to play when they are home.

It further revealed an introductory offer for new subscribers of the Game Pass. It will be offering the first month for just $0.99 after which it will cost the usual $9.99 per month. It means it is a great saving for those who are looking to subscribe or even if they just want to try the service if it is something they would actually like to use.

If interested, you can get the Xbox Game Pass smartphone app from the link below.



Xbox Game Pass now has a smartphone app and 15 new games including PUBG
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Browsing new games and keeping in touch will be one of the primary aims of this app. Checking out the library for new games just what like WhatsApp messages :cool:

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