By Alex Calvin, Friday, December 11, 2020 12:12 GMT
Microsoft has added even bigger names to its subscription service.
Some heavy hitters are coming to the Xbox Game Pass in the near future.
In the video shown at last night’s Game Awards, Microsoft has announced that The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim – Special Edition will hit its subscription service on December 15, just a few days after its initial November 2011 release. This follows the company’s announcement this September that it is buying Bethesda parent company Zenimax Media for 7.5b.
Meanwhile, the developer RGG Studios has announced Yakuza Remastered Collection – Featuring the latest versions of Yakuza 3, 4 and 5, coming on Xbox Game Pass, Windows 10 and Steam on January 28, 2021, while Yakuza 6: The Song Life is coming to this platform. . March 25. That final title was launched in Japan, on the PlayStation 4 in 2016, before moving to other regions in 2018.
Among us comes the Xbox Game Pass on the multiplayer devastating hit PC “coming soon”. This comes after developer Inersloth unveiled a new map at the Game Awards for its blockbuster. In a post on Xbox Wire, Editor-in-Chief Will Tuttle writes that more will have to be shared in the firm’s publication.
Action Strategy Rogue-False News is also launching a subscription service on both PC and consoles, while the arcade title killer Queen Black is set to be released on Xbox consoles.
This follows a wave of big names coming to Xbox Game Pass earlier this month. Remedy Control was introduced into service on December 3 with the PC launch of Doom Eternal.
Microsoft returned the Xbox Game Pass in 2017. At the time it was only available on consoles, but the service also came on PCs, even in 2019. As of September 2020, Game Pass has attracted 15 million subscribers, an increase of 50 percent over the 10 million announced back in April.
Earlier this year, the head of the Xbox Phil Spencer said the Game Pass was “completely sustainable” at its current price. Subscriptions start at 9. 99.99 per month.