Even Xbox Game Move’ Socials Are Struggling To Keep Up With All The New Additions
Bethesda, Outriders, Yakuza galore, and more on the go, Xbox Game Pass is a news hotspot.
“We can’t even keep up with all the announcements lately.” Xbox Game Pass tumbles down the hill like a runaway snowball that accumulates as a full-fledged boulder. 534 titles are available now for just $ 9.99 per month. Forget about your Modern Warfare 2 loadouts slamming an intervention along with an automatic glock. Game Pass’ own means that even the social networks lose track.
“Hey team, so much news today!” Melissa McGamepass – who is the Executive Senior VP Lieutenant of General Video Game Communications for the recordings – said yesterday and they’re not kidding, though with a title this long, it’s no wonder there is such a large catalog.
Now that tweet is yesterday’s Outriders teaser, following the already big release of 20 Bethesda titles. Even so, more games are regularly arriving without all of Microsoft’s offerings and backdoor features. So it’s only fair to say that it probably won’t be difficult for anyone to keep up with what’s actually available.
The service is only available on Xbox and PC as of now, and Bowser, who said gamers buy an average of eight games per console, has apparently thrown the fuss of it on Switch. It works for Nintendo, but a paid service would likely degrade this model, which is why Switch doesn’t have its own.
While PlayStation works with PS Now, and that has its own downloadable library of the latest games, there are also plenty of streamed classics devoted to the PS2 / 3 catalog. The big difference? They’re streamed rather than emulated, as is the case with Microsoft and its 360 collection.
If it ever got to these other platforms – well, good luck to everyone who runs the social networks right now? There’s enough news and announcements to break without worrying about two more places to mess around with.
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