Microsoft is expanding the Xbox Game Pass with additional games – both on Xbox One and PC. As of today, the Beat'em-Up Tekken 7 and the action RPG Children of Morta are available in the game flat rate on Xbox. Frostpunk Console Edition and Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet for Xbox Game Pass were released on January 9th. GTA 5 was added in early January. PC gamers can also look forward to new game supplies in January.
Microsoft is expanding the Xbox Game Pass. Xbox One users are getting new game supplies today. The game flat rate now also includes the Beat'em-Up Tekken 7 and the action RPG Children of Morta. In our test on Tekken 7, you will find out what to expect from the thrashing game. We also have a test of Children of Morta ready. The action RPG shines with a catchy, precise hack and slay, a brisk game flow and six different heroes.
Microsoft had already expanded the Xbox Game Pass to Xbox One in the past few days. For example, since January 9, Frostpunk: Console Edition and Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet have been available via the game flat rate. Microsoft caused a surprise at the beginning of the month: Just in time for the beginning of the year, the publisher released the open-world hit GTA 5 in the game flat rate. In December 2019, the Xbox Game Pass was expanded to include the indie hit Untitled Goose Game and the fifth episode of Life is Strange 2. Pillars of Eternity has also just arrived in the games library.
PC gamers will also get new game supplies in January. Frostpunk and Faster Than Light appear here. You get the Xbox Game Pass for console for 9.99 euros per month. New customers currently receive a one-month Ultimate subscription for one euro, after that it costs 12.99 euros per month. Membership includes Xbox Live Gold and game passes on PC and Xbox One. (buy now for 169.00 €)
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