PC Game Pass is Microsoft’s Netflix-like game subscription service which gives gamers access to a library of over 100 high-quality PC games including new Xbox Game Studios releases on day one, iconic Bethesda games, and an EA Play membership. Like Netflix, the collection is also constantly growing, with a large variety of PC games across genres, meaning there’s something to play for everyone.
Today Microsoft announced that they are bringing the service to 5 new SE Asian countries, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. All PC players can get started for three months for only $1 (USD).
Once players complete their initial three months for $1 (USD), PC Game Pass will then be available for one low monthly price.
“Our goal is to bring PC Game Pass to more countries where Windows is available to help us reach over 3 billion gamers worldwide. We are off to a strong start in Southeast Asia where we saw great demand for PC Game Pass during the preview period. We are listening to the players and are always looking to improve the experience. This includes growing the selection of games across genres and providing better language support,” says Jeremy Hinton, Xbox Asia Business Lead.
Microsoft says this is just the start of their journey for Xbox in Southeast Asia, and that they are excited to provide gamers in the region with another option to discover games and play with friends at a great value.
For more information on PC Game Pass, visit the official site here.