T-Mobile customers can look forward to getting a chance to try out a month of Xbox Game Pass soon for free. Though Microsoft's subscription game service still hasn't launched to the public, T-Mobile is letting customers know they'll get a free month's subscription one it is available, reports Gamespot.
This June, Xbox is comin' back and we're giving on-month of Xbox Game Pass to T-Mobile customers. Discover and download titles you've always wanted or revisit an old favorite — there's always something new to play.
The message goes on to encourage subscribers to tune in to Xbox's June 11 E3 briefing, so it's entirely possible we could see something Game Pass related during the showcase.
Xbox Game Pass was originally announced in February before going into testing with Xbox Insiders. A Netflix-esque portal for games, the service launched with access to titles like Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Sunset Overdrive, and XCOM: Enemy Unknown. When the service does launch, Microsoft has said Xbox Live Gold subscribers will get the first crack at it — though it is a separate subscription.
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