We’ve heard that Mojang’s biggest game Minecraft has come to Xbox Game pass, on the 4th of April. Well, from that day, Minecraft has joined more than 100 games, which are available in the service. The games on this list include names like Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Fallout 4, Halo 5: Guardians, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Gears of War 4.
Why Minecraft will stick around for a long, long time
Minecraft is a first-party Xbox game. This means this it might be one of the few games that won’t see the day in which they’d leave the service. Behind the Xbox console, the team has said that Game Pass users will get the updates together with everyone else, thing that hinted to a long-lasting road together.
Considering the fact that Minecraft has just sold more than 30 million units for PC, it’s not really a surprise to see that the game will stick around. Is one of the biggest games out there, that has outraced franchises with sequels and many versions.
The version on Xbox Game Pass is Bedrock
The version available for the Xbox Game Pass is Bedrock, which cross-plays with many platforms, such as Windows 10 PCs and iOS-driven devices, and Nintendo Switch consoles. Let’s also not forget about Android.
Minecraft has received an update that adds new life to the sea, and it’s set to get its biggest expansion so far: Village and Pillage.
The first Xbox Game Pass month costs $1. After the month ends, you’ll have to pay for the subscription $9.99. We think this is a very good deal for those who like spending their time gaming.
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