PC Game Pass launches throughout Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines

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Microsoft has introduced that Game Pass for PC has launched in 5 new international locations in Southeast Asia, together with Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Thailand. This follows a short preview interval that started on the finish of March.

From right now, anybody in these international locations can join Xbox Game Pass on PC, paying $1 for his or her first three months. This will give them entry to a roster of over 100 video games, together with titles from first-party studios comparable to Bethesda, in addition to video games included in EA Play membership subscriptions.

In a weblog put up, Xbox Asia Business Lead Jeremy Hinton defined, “Our goal is to bring PC Game Pass to more countries where Windows is available to help us reach over 3 billion gamers worldwide. We are off to a strong start in Southeast Asia where we saw great demand for PC Game Pass during the preview period.” He added that the corporate is listening to the individuals utilizing Game Pass and enhancing the expertise utilizing their suggestions, for instance, by rising the vary of video games throughout all genres and offering higher language help.

Game Pass is an extremely accessible service, and Microsoft is making an attempt to capitalize on that ease of entry because it slowly rolls it out to extra territories. While some have their considerations about its impression on video games preservation, there’s no denying that Game Pass permits individuals to play extra video games than they’d ever even strive if they’d to purchase all of them individually.