Xbox Game Pass PC users can download games starting November

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Xbox GPU gets EA Play November

The long-awaited wait for the launch of the Xbox series X and Xbox series S consoles is just 6 weeks away, and Microsoft is making further preparations for the event.

However, his step into a new age of gaming doesn’t include just the launch of new hardware.

This is because Xbox has been making improvements both in terms of its software, as well as their game subscriptions.

All the way back in April they also provided users with ways to get the Game Pass Ultimate for $1 for their first month, and we created a neat guide on how you can take advantage of this offer and save hundreds of dollars.

Not long ago the Microsoft Store for Xbox got a complete facelift, greatly improving the performance of the client.

This particular update has already been released to live and has garnered wide praise form the userbase.

Lastly, several games received optimizations to run smoothly on the new consoles, so those that love sticking to the classics were more than pleased.


EA Play is coming to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

Earlier this month, Microsoft partnered up with Electronic Arts so that users that have the Game Pass Ultimate can get EA Play at no additional cost (normally $9.99).

Well, it seems that with the official launch of the Xbox series S and Xbox series X on November 10, EA Play will be available as part of the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

PC gamers will be receiving some love as well, since starting with December, they will be able to download and play games from the EA Play library on Windows 10 PCs.

Lastly, Android fans will also be receiving new titles via the cloud as well.

The timing could not be more perfect, and according to Microsoft:

This will be a massive moment for gamers and we’re excited to bring it to life with Xbox Game Pass and the amazing franchises from Xbox Game Studios and our industry partners, on day one.


With so many changes in development and surprises appearing each week, users are excited to see what else will Microsoft reveal by November 10.

What’s your opinion on these major steps towards better cross-play? Let us know what you think by leaving us a message in the comments section below.