However, in the background image Microsoft has included a game that is neither on the PC via Xbox Play Anywhere or via Xbox Game Pass, and that is Halo 5: Guardians.More news: German Industrial Output and Exports Decline Sharply in April
We've been able to "upgrade" to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate without issues this morning, but the new Xbox Game Pass for PC has also appeared on the Microsoft Store. When the beta goes live, the service will cost £4/$5 per month and will include a library of over 100 games. However we do have a few facts at our disposal already.
This basically means that all the games that can be found in this new Xbox app are for the PC.More news: Nicole Curran Photos, News and Videos
We do know that Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Halo: Infinite are coming to the PC, so it would make ideal sense to also port Halo 5 to the PC. However, it looks like it's not possible to install Xbox Game Pass PC games as of this writing.
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The Xbox app's store section will include the usual trailers, screenshots, and system requirements, and also browse ratings and reviews left by other players, as well as any DLC that's available for the game you're looking at.