Microsoft’s been on a roll with the Game Pass making massive waves in the gaming world. Not only has Microsoft cornered the subscription-based service segment on PC but also opened up an opportunity for gamers to switch platforms. However the Game Pass magic does not stop there, Microsoft’s Game Pass Ultimate is set to launch tomorrow introducing cloud gaming on a whole new level.
Previously with the Google Stadia and PS Now, cloud gaming has made its way towards consumers with varying degrees of success. Microsoft being late to the party turns out to be the most prepared when it comes the section. Solely targeting the handheld platforms like Android, the subscription itself doesn’t cost anything extra with over 150 Game Pass titles already ready to go. Folks can download the Game Pass app from the Galaxy Store or the Google App Store. Moreover, the service is ready for a beta launch in over 22 countries starting tomorrow with your very own Game Pass library. The coverage of the service and the library itself is evidently expected to grow as we move forward with more and more games made readily available.
As for Apple users, there seems to be no further news regarding the arrival with its store policies in the way. Apple is reportedly working on its very own game streaming service hence it seems they’re to give priority to that at the moment.
New members are welcome to join the service with $1 for the first month and then $14.99 per month after that.