Outriders is the first day of Xbox Game Pass in April, and it is significant because it is the first blockbuster third-party game to be added to the subscription service at launch. But that’s just the console: people on PC need to buy games on Steam as usual.
But if you decide to wait, Outriders has finally entered the PC version of Microsoft’s subscription service, starting to join the library on October 19. This means that it can also be purchased and purchased on the Microsoft Store, although this new version (and console version) supports cross-play with Steam. At the same time, if you happen to have played a game on Xbox, you can transfer progress between the console and the Windows (read: not Steam) version.
Although this is still not a very common scenario, Back 4 Blood launched on the first day of the PC version of Xbox Game Pass last week, providing a nice way to blow up zombies without paying the usual full release price. Of course, the upcoming Halo Infinite and Forza Horizon 5 will be launched on the first day of the subscription service as first-party Microsoft games.
Outriders coming to PC Game Pass so far orbit may actually be a smart move: the player base of cooperative loot shooters has naturally declined since April (People Can Fly has always insisted that it will not become a real-time service game) so this is possible It will stimulate certain activities in the game, otherwise you may lose motivation.
The PC version of the game pass is finally here Get Minecraft next month.this Xbox Game Pass for PC Game List Overall, it is impressive.