Published: Thu, January 25, 2018
Tech | By Constance Martin

Xbox Game Pass will feature Xbox exclusives on the day they launch

Xbox Game Pass will feature Xbox exclusives on the day they launch

Tech giant Microsoft on Tuesday officially launched its Xbox One X gaming console in India for Rs 44,990.

Existing Xbox One games play even better, with improved textures, smoother frame rates and faster load times, even on a 1080p TV. It nearly sounds too good to be true.

The concept is simple: You pay a flat monthly fee, and you're given access to "over 100" Xbox 360 and Xbox One games. How sweet is that?! With Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu, Spotify, and the rest, it can be a little overwhelming keeping track of every company slipping money out of your account each month. While also being available through typical retail channels, both physical and digital, Game Pass subscribers will be able to download the full title at no extra cost.

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According to T2Online, The Xbox One X is touted to be Microsoft's most powerful console and its smallest console so far.

While filled with older games, there are now over 100 games available to fully play in the Xbox Game Pass library including the Bioshock series, Dead Rising 4, DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition, Halo 5, Gears of War 4, and even a couple OG Xbox games like Fuzion Frenzy and Ninja Gaiden Black.

If you haven't signed up for Xbox Game Pass yet, Microsoft also plans to team up with GameStop to offer a Six-Month Xbox Game Pass Subscription Card for $59.99. The maximum cashback per card is ₹2,000, so if you haven't bought anything during the sale and have been eyeing the Xbox One X, it's an easy way to save some cash. On paper, it's nearly too good to be true. Carry on reading to learn exactly why you're going to want to buy an Xbox Live membership and where you can get one for the cheapest price. $120 a year gets you nearly every major Xbox One release, outside of multiplatform titles. Cut out coffee for a couple of days and there's your new Halo. "We will keep on building that", he told IANS. "It would mean you wouldn't have to deliver the whole game in one month; you could develop and deliver the game as it goes".

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