Microsoft recently released Windows 11 and with it Xbox Game Pass. Windows 11 is the latest version of Windows, which includes various new features designed to make your PC experience more seamless. One of those features is the Xbox Game Pass on Windows 11, which gives Windows users access to a wide range of games for just $9.99 per month or $1 per day! We’ll talk about what you need to know about this service to decide if it’s right for you!
– Windows 11 is a new version of Windows that was just released. It includes different features to make the PC experience easier and more seamless. One of those features is the Xbox Game Pass on Windows, which gives Windows users access to a wide range of games for only $99 per month or $20 a day!
– The Xbox Game Pass app comes with over 100 great titles including Halo: Spartan Strike, Quantum Break, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition – all available at your fingertips without needing an Xbox Live Gold membership! You can play these titles in either streaming form or download them onto your device so you can take them anywhere you go. There’s also no time limits on how long you can keep these games installed after downloading them
To earn greater gamer loyalty and potential revenue streams, Microsoft is taking Introdu the icing Xbox Game Pass service on Windows 11
to the next level: it will be “built right into Windows 11,” according to company VP Sarah Bond. The Redmond giant has been developing its new app for six months and now we can see what they’ve come up with.
Microsoft also plans to bring Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers to access the service’s cloud-based game streaming, now exclusively on PC.
It will be upgrading to Xbox Series X hardware in support of gamers using Windows 11 for online gaming and plans to bring Xbox Cloud Gaming onto the Xbox One.
Bond asserted that Windows 11 will offer two other gaming-designed features: DirectStorage API and auto HDR, both of which debuted on Xbox Series X. This spring auto HDR launched on PC in the Windows Insider Program.
Shown in a demo, The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim with standard dynamic range color and auto HDR visuals, Bond also said that “over 1,000 games — including Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, Rocket League, DayZ, even Doom 64 ― will be automatically enhanced on Windows 11 devices that support HDR.”
Microsoft is adding Xbox Game Pass support to Windows 11. Despite the absence of any effort on behalf of developers, gamers who have a PC hooked up with HDR-capable displays will still be able to enjoy this subscription service in Windows 11.
For more such updates stay tuned with the game stanza!