Microsoft has announced another batch of titles coming to Xbox Game Pass on PC. Three more acclaimed games will be added to the Game Pass library soon, the company revealed via Xbox Wire, and if you’ve yet to sign up for the service, you can get your first three months for practically nothing.
Joining Xbox Game Pass on PC over the next few weeks are the roguelike dungeon crawler Children of Morta, the beautiful meditative platformer Gris, and the unsettling A Plague Tale: Innocence. All three titles were very well-received on their initial launches, particularly A Plague Tale, which we thought was one of the best games of 2019.
Xbox Game Pass is an all-you-can-play service that lets you try out a library of more than 100 titles for as long as you have a subscription. Game Pass is available for both PC and Xbox One, and while there is some overlap between them, the PC version of the service generally offers a different selection of games to play. You can see the full list of available titles on the Xbox website.
If you’re not yet a subscriber, Microsoft is offering a great deal on the PC service. Right now, you can get three months of Xbox Game Pass on PC for only $1. The company warns that the deal “won’t last forever,” so if you’re interested in trying Game Pass, you’ll want to take advantage of the offer.