Xbox One Game Pass for PC

As it operates on the Xbox One Game Pass provides a subscription pass to over one hundred games on the system, with a mixture of titles. At the Beginning of this year, Microsoft made the striking declaration. That every first-party game would launch simultaneously on the service. Allowing players to download and play titles on day one for the price of admission alone.

Xbox One Game Pass for PC

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella revealed how the gaming landscape has evolved for Microsoft and that the company plans to push forth and expand on that front. As such, Nadella confirmed plans to bring Microsoft’s Game Pass service, currently only on Xbox One, to PC.

It is not known when Microsoft plans to move forward with these plans, but with first-party efforts revving up in 2019 with games like Crackdown 3 and Gears 5 on the way, next year might make a strong argument to PC gamers to whom Microsoft has been relatively hot and cold over the years.

Besides that, Nadella did not reveal any detail about what a PC expansion would look like. However, we could make an easy guess that it would be a similar service model using Microsoft’s Windows Store. As part of Microsoft’s Play Anywhere initiative, every first-party game is intended to release on PC as well as Xbox One, with digital versions being cross-compatible in terms of ownership. When considering that, and also adding in PC-exclusive titles like Age of Empires, the case for Game Pass on PC seems fairly logical


Microsoft announced its NEW TRANSLUCENT XBOX ONE CONTROLLER. The Phantom Black Special Edition and the Grey/Blue controllers will be available next month.

The new, translucent Xbox One controller is getting released on the 11th of September. It is named the Phantom Black Special Edition, it worth in the USA is going to be $69.99. The one named Grey/Blue is getting released for the markets of the USA and Canada on the 25th of September. And its value will be $64.99 USD.

The Phantom Black Special Edition

However, the worldwide release of both the controllers is set on the 9th of October. And both of the controllers are available for pre-order at Microsoft Store locations, Microsoft Store online and select retailers worldwide.


Grey monochrome ABXY, menu, and navigation buttons reinforce the modern minimalist design. For a pop of color, there are eye-catching blue accents at the base of the thumbsticks and on the back of the controller. All Xbox Wireless Controllers are compatible with the Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. As usual, it has your favorite features such as a 3.5mm headphone jack and Bluetooth technology for gaming on Windows 10 devices or Samsung Gear VR. You can also take advantage of the custom button-mapping feature through the Xbox Accessories app. In select markets, these controllers come with 14-day trials for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass.

Phantom Black Special Edition

Its design is inspired by the idea of getting a look inside. This controller is about mystery meeting luxury to reveal the technology within the controller. The sleek design “fades from a high-tech translucent matte black” at the top. Black buttons, triggers, thumbsticks, and bumpers are emphasized with a champagne gold D-pad. On the back, textured grips will help you stay on-target when games get serious.

Sport White Special Edition

Microsoft recently released another Xbox One controller, the Sport White Special Edition. The white controller features mint accents, as well as grey and silver patterns, and will set you back $69.99 USD.

Xbox Wireless Controller – Sport White Special Edition