Thanks to Microsoft‘s Xbox Game Pass, all the games you need are much more accessible through a single open-source. Additionally, wherever you can take your computer or TV, it’s with you.
The company is finally allowing Xbox users to play Xbox games directly via their smart TVs. It also announced that it is working on its own streaming devices that will allow you to access games from almost any display with an HDMI port. This could soon make Xbox Game Pass, which we think is the most plausible platform for gaming, much more valuable. Perhaps more importantly; it promises a more dynamic use compared to a relatively more expensive and harder to carry Xbox Series X or Series S.
News from Xbox Game Pass
As you know, the head of Xbox and the CEO of Microsoft had a live broadcast together a few days before. We also wrote this on our site. (by the way, you can reach this article by clicking here) One of the issues that were emphasized in this live broadcast was that Microsoft showed us that they aim to reach many people in different demographics. We have deemed it appropriate to declare this once again in this article.
The goal of Xbox Game Pass
Aiming to reach especially inexperienced users through Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft offers a monthly subscription service that gives you access to hundreds of games you can play on Xbox consoles, computers, and mobile devices, depending on which tier you pay for.
Xbox Game Pass for consoles provides access to hundreds of games playable on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S. Game Pass for PC offers access to hundreds of games playable on Windows 10 PCs. On the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you can access all games from PC and console libraries, in addition to Xbox Live Gold for multiplayer access and exclusive discounts on Xbox, along with cloud streaming on mobile devices and web browsers.
Moreover, you do not need overly powerful hardware to enjoy this service. Because you can transfer most of the games directly to your Android or iOS device. With that, Microsoft is aiming to expand the availability of Game Pass to a wider area.
What’s more there
If you haven’t fully moved on to a smart TV don’t worry. Cause Xbox is also working on its own streaming devices that will let you play games from almost any TV or monitor. We don’t have a lot of details on those yet. However, we’re confident that at least one low-cost, compact dongle will be available soon. That way, you’ll likely be able to turn any TV into an Xbox machine for a fraction of the cost of purchasing a console.
Finally, it looks like you’ll be able to play Xbox games from almost any laptop or desktop computer. For now, the information we have is limited to this, but as soon as we hear new news about this exciting platform, we will share it with you through our site. Stay tuned!