Microsoft’s PC Game Pass has finally launched in the Philippines, and it is arguably gaming’s best deal right now in the country!
The immense value Microsoft offers with Game Pass is undeniable. Having access to an evolving catalog of over 100 games with a fairly cheap monthly subscription? Sign me up please. And now, you can do so without having to buy Game Pass cards or use a VPN.
It’s Netflix for gaming
It goes without saying, if you’re the type of player who just can’t stick to one game at any given time, PC Game Pass is the perfect subscription to get. From indie gems all the way to AAA releases, you have all of it to access at any time.
What’s even better is that PC Game Pass includes EA Play on Windows PC at no extra cost! Not only do you get access to critically acclaimed titles such as the Mass Effect and Battlefield franchises, you also get exclusive in-game rewards and early trials of upcoming games.
You think buying games at full price is just too expensive but waiting on a sale can get tiring? PC Game Pass gives it to you on day one. High profile releases such as Back 4 Blood, Outriders, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction have all been in the lineup ever since they were released. PC Game Pass subscribers practically got them for “free”.
With the amount of studio acquisitions happening in the gaming industry lately, Microsoft is wasting no time in letting gamers know what kind of talent they got under their belt. One of the most celebrated developers today, Bethesda Studios, is offering their award winning titles for the subscription service as well. Starfield, one of 2022’s most anticipated release is set to be featured on Game Pass on day one. It’s a game changer.
Halo Infinite, one of the most successful AAA FPS launches of 2021 had its campaign available for Game Pass subscribers on release.
Day one access. First and third party developers. AAA blockbusters and creative indie experiences. That’s what PC Game Pass offers.
If you end up liking what you’re playing, PC Game Pass members get a discount on all the games available in the library, plus DLC, and add-ons. There is not question here. It’s just simply too good to be true.
Just to add a cherry on top, new subscribers will get their first 3 months for only USD 1 or PHP 49. After the promo period, PC Game Pass will be priced at PHP 119 per month. Imagine paying no more than a value meal at a local fast food restaurant once a month and get access to a huge catalog of games that is varied across different genres. There is practically zero reason to not get PC Game Pass in the Philippines. There is no other deal in the country that comes close to its value.