Microsoft changes name from Xbox Game Pass for PC to PC Game Pass – Gaming – News

Xbox Game Pass for PC has been called PC Game Pass since Friday. Microsoft wants to confirm that this service is for PC. Because of the Xbox in the name, the company says, many customers thought it was for consoles.

With the name change, the logo has also been adapted, PC Game Pass Twitter Account Reports. A striking detail is that the Xbox logo can still be seen in this logo, in front of the PC Game Pass text. In the fun video below, the company says that when people hear “Xbox Game Pass,” people think of consoles and don’t understand that the service is for PC, despite the addition of “for PC.” Therefore, the company changed the name of the service.

PC Game Pass is a subscription that costs ten euros per month and gives members access to a catalog of over a hundred games. The subscription includes Microsoft games, but also, for example, EA. These games can be downloaded and played locally on a computer; So it is not a streaming subscription. The subscription is also part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, for 13 euros per month and supports cloud gaming. Microsoft Advertise as well Sniper Elite 5, Pigeon Simulator, Trek to Yomi, and an unannounced game from Hugecalf Studios will be coming to PC Game Pass upon release.

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