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Microsoft rename Xbox Game Pass for PC as PC Game Pass

No more confusion

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Microsoft rename Xbox Game Pass for PC as PC Game Pass

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The Xbox Game Pass for PC subscription is being renamed PC Game Pass by Microsoft. The new name does away with the Xbox branding in favor of a more straightforward PC Game Pass name, which should make things easier for PC users.

Microsoft recently offered Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Game Pass for PC, and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate memberships, all of which could be confused for Xbox-only services. The name of the PC subscription is changing, but the Xbox logo will remain in the logo.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at $1, then $14.99/month

All benefits from PC Game Pass, plus: Play hundreds of high-quality games on PC, Free Perks including in-game content and partner offers, and Xbox Live Gold includes Deals with Gold, Games with Gold, and console multiplayer.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at $1, then $14.99/month
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Xbox.com

PC Game Pass at $1, then $9.99/month

All benefits from Game Pass for Console, plus: Play hundreds of high-quality games on PC, and EA Play, a library of top Electronic Arts titles on PC, exclusive rewards, and member-only content.
PC Game Pass at $1, then $9.99/month
Get Deal
Xbox.com

Game Pass for Console at $9.99/month

Play hundreds of high-quality console games on console, New games are added all the time, Xbox Game Studios titles the same day as release, and Member discounts and deals.
Game Pass for Console at $9.99/month
Get Deal
Xbox.com

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