Take this together with the Windows Store listing for Exodus we noticed earlier this week, which has a June 9 date on it, and the recently-revealed Xbox Windows app, and it sounds an terrible lot like Microsoft plans on launching the Game Pass for PC later today during its E3 briefing. The subscription appears to be live in beta form and accepting signups at this time.
Following EA Play yesterday, Microsoft will be holding its own E3 event today, June 9, at 1PM PT / 4PM ET.
Xbox Game Pass on PC will run you $4.99 per moth, with Insiders paying $1 per month while testing.
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If seeing Jupiter gets one excited about sky watching, there are also other events that people can get excited for this month. The planet will rise in the east and track across the southern sky as the night progresses before setting in the west.
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For dessert, there were lighter options as well with the inclusion of raspberries, blueberries and red currant. Pratt was previously married to Anna Faris , which ended after nine years in 2017 when they filed for divorce.
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The leader of the party, which won the most seats at the last general election in 2017, automatically becomes prime minister. She remains prime minister and is leading the government in a caretaker capacity until her successor is chosen.
Microsoft reportedly rewarded an "eagled eyed" gamer who noticed the Easter egg with a free month of its subscription-based service Xbox Game Pass. They are both live, however, and so PC gamers can check out the first official details about PC Game Pass including price and the subscription service's initial line-up of over 100 games. The beta will be limited to fewer titles, however. It's unclear how long the promotional $1 rate will be be available. That, if you haven't been paying attention, is the rumoured codename for Microsoft's next-generation initiative, set to be properly revealed at E3 2019 alongside the likes of a Gears 5 release date, Halo Infinite gameplay, 14 new first-party exclusives, and a whole lot more.
E3 season is all about announcements, but that doesn't mean we can't get excited for all of the latest deals as well.