Xbox Game Pass is Microsoft's attempt to make a "Netflix for gaming" deal, and quite honestly it's brilliant.
For a low fee every month, players can get a steady stream of games to play, as well as brand new Microsoft Games Studios titles (like Gears 5 and the incredible Forza Horizon 4) on the day of launch. Going forward this means that next month's Outer Worlds will be in there on launch day, and someday so will Halo: Infinite.
That means, theoretically, you could never buy a game again and just rely on the constantly rotating buffet of gaming goodness.
If you find a game you like, you even get a discount on games and the DLC for them. There are tiered memberships for Xbox Game Pass, so we've broken it down for you.
Xbox Game Pass
The standard tier, Xbox Game Pass offers over 100 console games that you can download and play as much as you want. New games are constantly being added, and Xbox Games Studio titles are added on launch day too.
Xbox Game Pass costs £7.99 per month and you can sign up here.
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Game Pass for PC
The same as it's console counterpart, except for PC, this is currently in beta for Windows 10 users. Because of Play Anywhere, many of your Xbox games, including Gears 5 and Forza Horizon 4, will also run on your PC. Even better, it's currently just £1 per month. Sign up here.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
As the name suggests, this subscription is the one to go for if you want a little bit of everything – and is where you'll get the most value for your money. Game Pass Ultimate bundles together Xbox Game Pass, Game Pass for PC, and Xbox Live Gold (usually £6.99 per month) for just £10.99 per month. Even better, if you join up now you can get your first two months for just £2 – an insane deal. Take advantage here.
If you're yet to pick up an Xbox Console, be sure to check our deals for the best bundles on Xbox One S and Xbox One X.
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