PC Game Pass service launched in 40 new countries

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Microsoft has opened up its PC Game Pass service to 40 new countries. The subscription-based service, which gives users access to a library of hundreds of PC games, has been in testing mode since February. The list of countries gaining access to the service includes Bahrain, Costa Rica, Libya, Morocco, Panama and Tunisia. Participants in the trial program will be offered free access for two months. The service is regularly updated with new games and forthcoming titles include Minecraft Legends, Redfall and Starfield.

PC Game Pass service launched in 40 new countries

Microsoft has opened access to the PC Game Pass service in 40 new countries. The service has been in test mode since February, and now it will be available to everyone.

“In February, we launched the pre-release version of PC Game Pass in 40 new countries. The reaction was incredible. Thank you to all players who participated in testing the service. We’re excited to announce that starting today, all players in these countries can join the PC Game Pass community,” Microsoft writes.

The list of 40 countries whose users have gained access to PC Game Pass includes Albania, Algeria, Bahrain, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Guatemala, Honduras, Georgia, Egypt, Iceland, Qatar, Cyprus, Costa Rica, Kuwait, Latvia , Libya, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Morocco, Moldova, Nicaragua, Oman, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Romania, El Salvador, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, Tunisia, Croatia, Montenegro, Ecuador, Estonia.

Participants in the trial program will receive free access to PC Game Pass for two months.

The library of PC Game Pass includes hundreds of games for Windows and is constantly updated, according to Microsoft. Minecraft Legends (April 18), Redfall (May 2), and Starfield (September 6) will be available via subscription in the coming months.

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