It seems Xbox Game Pass is set to receive another batch of great games. Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, has confirmed in the latest interview that more "strong" Game Pass titles should be officially announced very soon.
Microsoft's subscription service Game Pass which offers players a ton of games for $9.99 a month or $14.99 for the Ultimate version is set to receive some strong titles, according to Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox. In his latest interview, where he talked about Xbox Series X and Halo Infinite delay, Spencer also teased these new additions by saying that soon, they will have some pretty strong announcements to share.
"We've got some more… really great, strong, announcements to come about things… that'll be coming to Game Pass," Spencer said.
As expected, Spencer did not mention additional details but it is safe to say that Game Pass subscribers will be excited to hear that some big titles are coming to their already huge library of games.
Recently, reliable Jeff Grubb also teased some big Game Pass additions via Twitter. "Should still expect to see more about Xbox Series S and yet another big reason to get Game Pass in the next 2-to-3 weeks," Grubb wrote. However, it is possible that these events have been delayed, as we reported yesterday .
Xbox already confirmed that every game they showcased their recent event will be coming to Game Pass, including their first-party but also third-party titles. Halo Infinite was probably the biggest title that was scheduled to arrive to Game Pass in November but sadly due to delay, it won't arrive before 2021. This delay could be the reason for this "strong announcements" but let's wait and see what Xbox have in store.
You can check the full Xbox Game Pass library here.