Xbox has announced today that from their 23 studios worldwide, they’re expecting to release at least one new first-party game each quarter onto Xbox Game Pass.
Ahead of the upcoming E3 Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase on June 13th, Microsoft has announced their goal to “release at least one new, first-party game into Game Pass every quarter.”
Not only is Xbox “working with global TV manufacturers to embed the Xbox experience directly into internet-connected televisions,” as the post detailed, but Xbox is also exploring “new subscription offerings” for Xbox Game Pass so more players than ever can experience the service.
The post sadly didn’t detail what these new subscriptions might be, but a cloud exclusive service for TV’s and mobile devices is one likely possibility. Cloud gaming through Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is also set to expand its reach later this year, as it launches in Australia, Brazil, Mexico, and Japan.
PC gamers will also be getting cloud gaming directly through the Xbox App later this year. When the feature does arrive, it should be better than ever, with the post detailing that Microsoft’s data centres are in the “final stages” of updating to the Xbox Series X.
“Microsoft is all in on gaming” ?
— Xbox (@Xbox) June 10, 2021
If you want to know more about what Xbox is up to, then we’re only a few days away from the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase on June 13th, a show that’ll likely include Fable, Forza Motorsport, Halo Infinite, and even possibly Battlefield 2042.