A Plague Tale: Innocence, Children of Morta, and Gris are coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC

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Microsoft has just announced three exciting additions to Xbox Game Pass for PC. The subscription service that is still in beta is welcoming the story-driven action RPG Children of Morta today, an Xbox Play Anywhere game that is also available now on Xbox Game Pass for Console. The ID@Xbox title also supports Xbox Live cloud saves, so you can switch between the two platforms at will T

Gris, another ID@Xbox game is also coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC later this month. The platform-adventure game was released on Windows back in December 2018, and Spanish indie developer Nomada Studio has yet to port it on Xbox One.

The third game coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC this month is A Plague Tale: Innocence, the critically-acclaimed game from French developer Asobo Studio, currently hard at work on the next Flight Simulator game. A Plague Tale: Innocence is a horror stealth game that has often been compared to the hit PlayStation exclusive The Last of US, and it also received a nomination for Best Narrative game at The Game Awards 2019. The fact that this high-profile game joins Xbox Game Pass for PC and not console is quite a surprise, to be honest.

If you didn’t take advantage of the 3 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1, Microsoft is now offering 3 months of Xbox Game Pass for PC for just $1 for a limited time. As a reminder, Xbox Game Pass for PC requires Windows 10 version 1903 and newer and the new Xbox Beta app available on the Microsoft Store.