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Xbox Game Pass, a teaser creates hype for the 7 March

A tweet from the Xbox Game Pass account shows a mysterious teaser that sends the appointment back to 7 March, the day when there should be an announcement.

Microsoft creates a special offer for the Game Pass on Valentine's Day

As usual, the day most loved by couples and hated by singles is approaching: Valentine's Day. Microsoft, however, would seem to have thought of a very interesting offer able to make all owners of ...
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Microsoft wants to expand the Game Pass even further

In the words of the company's CEO, Satya Nadella, Microsoft intends to bring its Game Pass subscription to PC as well. The news was given at a recent earnings conference, and it was explained ...

Microsoft Studios at Milan Games Week

MICROSOFT STUDIOS PRESS RELEASE Milan, 1 October 2018 On the occasion of the Milan Games Week 2018, the main Italian event dedicated to video games, which takes place in Rho Fiera Milano from 5 to 7 October, Microsoft brings ...
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Announced Xbox All Access, bundle containing console, Live and Game Pass

Microsoft has officially announced Xbox All Access, the monthly paid subscription plan that brings together an Xbox One, Xbox Live and Xbox Game Pass console. It will cost 21,99 dollars a month if you choose ...
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Microsoft has announced the system requirements for the State of Decay 2

The release of State of Decay 2, the follow-up to the zombie-themed survival signed by Microsoft and Undead Labs, is now missing, whose launch is scheduled for May 22nd. Microsoft has ...
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Phil Spencer praises Game Pass as "an opportunity for the single player"

Xbox Game Pass is a new service that will offer players every month a catalog of over one hundred titles available to play whenever you want. This has been very successful, ...

New for the Xbox Game Pass

Xbox Game Pass becomes a little more succulent: in fact, from March 20 with the release of Sea of ​​Thieves, all new Microsoft games exclusively for Xbox will be available on the service from the day of ...

Xbox Game Pass: Aragami 2, Subnautica: Below Zero and many more ...

In the past few hours, Microsoft has announced, through a post on the official blog, a ton of new titles arriving in the coming weeks on Xbox ...

Nintendo Switch, confirmed price cut, but only in Europe

Nintendo Switch will suffer a price cut in its standard version, but only on European territory. Let's find out why. After the rumors of the past few days, ...

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