Phil Spencer announces that PC Game Pass is now available in 40 additional locales, starting today.
Microsoft has announced that the PC version of Game Pass, Xbox's gaming subscription service, is now available in an additional 40 countries — including Iceland, Luxembourg (home of overkill), Qatar, Ukraine, Uruguay, and many others.
With this update the service is now accessible in 86 countries around the world, offering PC gamers an easy way to play a growing library of Xbox titles directly on PC.
Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, shared a YouTube video to announce the expansion in availability:
Spencer said: "Our mission at Xbox is to bring the joy and community of gaming to everyone on the planet. So I'm really excited today to announce that PC Game Pass will come to 40 new markets. 40 new markets that will get to experience first-party games the day they launch".
The service has hundreds of titles available to play, and new games — such as the upcoming Minecraft Legends — will be available to play on PC at launch.
The full list of new countries where PC Game Pass is available is as follows:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Costa Rica
- El Salvador
- North Macedonia
Those of you in one of the above mentioned countries can sign up for PC Game Pass and snag a "special welcome offer" for the first three months.