Microsoft has decided to anticipate an interesting news coming for the Xbox Game Pass program, in view of the expected Xbox + Bethesda Showcase for next Sunday, June 12, 2022.
Microsoft’s subscription service , which you can also subscribe to on Amazon , never ceases to surprise with significant news.
If the free games of June are not bad already, now is the time for another novelty that will allow us to test some selected games firsthand .
As reported on the official website, the Redmond company presented Project Moorcroft , a new program that will make available to subscribers a catalog of free demos relating to the games coming to market.
Project Moorcroft will go live by 2023 and the first to benefit from it will be independent development teams.
In addition to this, Microsoft has also confirmed that subscribers to the program will be able to take advantage of Cloud technology to play a selection of games not included in the Xbox Game Pass catalog.
At the moment, the details seem to be in hiding, given that the thing will be officially enabled for the service only in the course of 2022.
But that’s not all: the House of Redmond has also recently announced that it is now possible to play Xbox titles on Smart TV even without having a console.
Xbox has therefore decided to focus entirely on Game Pass, Cloud Gaming and beyond, in order to allow its users to start their favorite games anywhere and on every possible device . We will see if this bears the hoped-for results in the long run.
After all, if Microsoft’s 2022 appears ‘bare’, the Xbox boss has admitted that they will have to work to meet the expectations of the community.
Staying on the subject, in these hours the first concrete details have emerged about the launch window of Starfield , the space RPG that will be shown next Sunday.
But that’s not all: according to the latest rumors that emerged in these hours, Xbox Game Pass could be ready to respond to one of the most anticipated features of PS Plus Premium.