Microsoft Opens Preview of PC Game Pass in Malaysia & Philippin Ahead of Full Launch Later This Year
Microsoft today announced it’s bringing a preview of the PC Game Pass to Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, giving you the chance to try out the company’s popular service for a small monthly fee.
You can join the Game Pass preview by creating a Microsoft account if you don’t have one yet and registering for the service. It’ll only cost 10 cents (US$) for the duration of the preview.
The service gives you access to over 100 full games from Microsoft’s growing roster of first-party developers and publisher partners. These include the latest releases from Xbox Game Studios like Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5 and Age of Empires IV. It additionally includes Minecraft, Sea of Thieves and Microsoft Flight Simulator, among other first-party releases.
You can also play games from franchises like Fallout and The Elder Scrolls owned by Bethesda Softworks, which Microsoft acquired in 2021.
What’s more, EA play is bundled in as well, which expands your library to include games from franchises like FIFA, Battlefield, The Sims and Mass Effect.
"At Xbox, our mission is simple, to bring the joy and community of gaming to everyone on the planet," said Jeremy Hinton, Xbox Asia Business Lead. "Bringing PC Game Pass to new countries in Southeast Asia is an important part of how we will achieve this as we strive to reach billions of players."
Microsoft said it's running the preview to allow players to give them feedback about the service as they continue to get it ready for a full launch later this year. The company adds that Game Pass, which was launched in 2019, was built from the ground up with the help of the PC gaming community. It also said that it continues to take what it hears from players to further improve the service as it continues to bring it to new markets.
Microsoft today announced it’s bringing a preview of the PC Game Pass to Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
The service, which gives you access to a library of over 100 full games, will cost 10 cents (US$) for the duration of the preview.
The company said it's running the preview to get feedback from players as it prepares for a full launch later this year.