Xbox Game Pass Day One Games Will Be 'Case-by-Case Basis' Moving Forward

Xbox Game Pass Day One Games Will Be 'Case-by-Case Basis' Moving Forward

From Game Rant (Written by Gabriel Machado Pureza) on | OpenCritic

Recent reports indicate that games developed by Microsoft-owned studios may take from six months to “sometimes longer” to reach Xbox Game PassStandard and that each title will be evaluated on a “case-by-case basis.” This may be bad news for gamers who don’t want to subscribe to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

Earlier this week, Microsoft announced huge changes to Xbox Game Pass. Not only did Xbox Game Pass Ultimate’s price go from $16.99 to $19.99, but Xbox Game Pass Console will no longer exist (except for current users), and a new tier called Xbox Game Pass Standard, which will not have day one releases or access to cloud gaming, will be available for $11.99. These changes are likely related to introducing Activision Blizzard games to Game Pass, including the eagerly awaited Call of Duty: Black Ops 6.

An open-world action RPG from 2023 is reportedly coming to Xbox Game Pass soon, according to some new info from a well-known leaker.

Now, Windows Central's Jez Corden shed some light on Microsoft’s upcoming plans for when new third-party games will reach the service. According to Corden, Microsoft representatives told him that new releases will enter Game Pass Standard...

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