Xbox players have long been exploring, enjoying a humongous catalog of games through Microsoft's exclusive subscription service - the Xbox Game Pass.
The subscription, also dubbed Netflix for games, prevents individual purchases and opens access to several high-quality titles at a monthly cost of $9.99.
Now, in a major move, the Redmond giant is bringing the same to Windows 10.
Here's all about it.
Xbox Game Pass for Windows 10
Though you can already play some Xbox titles on PC with the help of Microsoft's Play Anywhere initiative, this is different.
Basically, with Xbox Game Pass for Windows 10, the company is bringing a completely new avatar of its game subscription to support both PC gamers and developers alike.
It will play a major role in boosting the PC gaming ecosystem worldwide.
Unlimited access to over 100 titles
In a blog post, Xbox head Phil Spencer confirmed that the new subscription will offer gamers unlimited access to a library of over 100 titles.
This means you'll be able to play games of your choice as many times as you want.
Microsoft has partnered with dozens of developers for these titles, including the likes of Bethesda, Deep Silver, Devolver Digital, SEGA, and others.
New titles to be added every month, says Spencer
"We're working with over 75 developers and publishers to bring PC content to the service and we'll ensure the library remains curated and full of great PC titles across a variety of genres, with new games added every month," Spencer added in the blog post.
Price, launch date still remain unknown
While Game Pass for Windows 10 sounds pretty interesting, there's still no word on the price of the subscription.
Also, it is not clear when it will go live and which games will be offered in exchange for a monthly fee.
The company says it will delve into the details of the subscription at the upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).
Xbox Game Pass already has plenty of competitors
To note, Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass already has plenty of competitors, including the Sony's own PlayStation Now and EA Access. Even Google has made its move with the launch of Stadia, a dedicated platform for streaming graphic-intensive games.