Just as promised, Xbox Game Pass is now available for everyone to try out. The Netflix-style subscription service initially launched a little early for Xbox Live Gold members only, but now it's live for everyone — with a little advertising help from Danny McBride.
Indeed, more is more. Xbox Game Pass, to recap, offers access to more than 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games for $10 per month. Instead of streaming like PlayStation Now, however, Xbox Game Pass lets you download the full games before diving in. That's a potential negative as far as data use is concerned, but should cut down on loss in visual fidelity and allow you to play even if your internet goes out.
You can try out Game Pass now with a 14-day free trial starting from either your Xbox dashboard or at Microsoft's dedicated Game Pass site.
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