PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be available to all Xbox Game Pass subscribers beginning Monday, Microsoft announced today at its X018 gala in Mexico City.
PUBG’s addition to the Xbox Game Pass library of more than 100 titles highlighted several announcements for the Xbox One’s all-you-can-eat subscription service. The ID@Xbox program for indie games will bring new titles to Xbox Game Pass the day they debut on Xbox One, the same as the company has been doing with its first party titles since March.
Among the games that will be launching on Xbox Game Pass are Mutant Year Zero, Aftercharge, The Good Life, Secret Neighbor, Supermarket Shriek, Void Bastards and Ori and the Will of the Wisps. That game will launch on Xbox One and PC globally in 2019; its predecessor, Ori and the Blind Forest, will join the Xbox Game Pass library in December, Microsoft said, along with Kingdom Two Crowns and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice.
Other additions to the Game Pass library include Skybound Games’ Thief of Thieves, starting today, and on Nov. 22, Agents of Mayhem, MXGP and Thomas Was Alone.
Microsoft also announced that, beginning today and lasting until Jan. 3, 2019, new subscribers can sign up for Xbox Game Pass and get their first full month for $1.