Microsoft has announced that PC Game Pass is now available in 40 new countries.
New members looking to join PC Game Pass can head to xbox.com/pcgamepass to learn more about local pricing as well as how to sign up.
The 40 countries are:
• Albania • Algeria • Bahrain • Bolivia • Bosnia and Herzegovina • Bulgaria • Costa Rica • Croatia • Cyprus • Ecuador • Egypt • El Salvador • Estonia • Georgia • Guatemala • Honduras • Iceland • Kuwait • Latvia • Libya • Liechtenstein • Lithuania • Luxembourg • Malta • Moldova • Montenegro • Morocco • Nicaragua • North Macedonia • Oman • Panama • Paraguay • Peru • Qatar • Romania • Serbia • Slovenia • Tunisia • Ukraine • Uruguay
In addition to the announcement, Microsoft has said, “To celebrate the launch, new members will receive a special welcome offer for their first three months for a limited time. Those who were a part of our Insider Program will receive two free months of PC Game Pass membership, with no further action needed, as a thank you for helping us shape the experience and being one of the first PC Game Pass members in your country. This will be available directly in member’s accounts in the coming days.”
Phil Spencer took to the official Xbox YouTube channel to also announce the details.
“Once you’ve joined PC Game Pass, the best place to jump in is with the Xbox app on PC. With the Xbox app you can browse games, play PC titles, and connect and chat with friends on devices. PC Game Pass gives players immediate access to a library of hundreds of PC games on Windows including new Xbox Game Studios releases on day one, iconic Bethesda games, an EA Play membership, and member-only benefits in Riot Games like League of Legends and Valorant. You can jump in and play games like Forza Horizon 5, Sea of Thieves, Grounded, Age of Empires IV, FIFA 22, and more today. And new games are being added all the time, including games coming soon on day one like Minecraft Legends on April 18, Redfall on May 2, and Starfield on September 6.”