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Here's every game included in the Xbox PC Game Pass

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Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass for PC subscription library has consistently been a great deal since it kicked off. Now out of its public beta and a fully-fledged part of Microsoft's strategy, you can get access to over 100 games at any given time for $10 a month. It's a lot of games for not a lot of money, including Microsoft's first-party games the day they're released.

Game Pass for PC has consistently kept over 100 games in its library since its beginning and just keeps becoming a better bargain. In fact, Microsoft is sweetening that deal even further. EA Play has been added to Game Pass, meaning that Game Pass members will get access to a vault of EA games new and old. Now that Microsoft's purchase of ZeniMax is complete, a huge chunk of Bethesda games have been added to Game Pass as well. Several old Doom games have made the cut alongside the modern Elder Scrolls games, Prey, Wolfenstein, and more.

Here's the full list of Game Pass PC games available right now, beginning with games coming in 2021 that we know of, followed by the list of currently available Game Pass games. Microsoft also removes some games from Game Pass periodically, so we're now tracking what's leaving soon as well.

EA Play is now included with Xbox Game Pass 

As of March 18th, 2021, Electronic Arts' own subscription service of games for download is now included with Xbox Game Pass for PC. That means Game Pass now includes The Sims, Mass Effect, Battlefield, Titanfall 2, and Fifa 2020, along with so many others. Here's the full list of EA Play games for Game Pass.

Games coming in 2021

Every game on Xbox Games Pass for PC

Leaving Soon

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Morgan Park

Morgan has been writing for PC Gamer since 2018, first as a freelancer and currently as a staff writer. He has also appeared on Polygon, Kotaku, Fanbyte, and PCGamesN. Before freelancing, he spent most of high school and all of college writing at small gaming sites that didn't pay him. He's very happy to have a real job now. Morgan is a beat writer following the latest and greatest shooters and the communities that play them. He also writes general news, reviews, features, the occasional guide, and bad jokes in Slack. Twist his arm, and he'll even write about a boring strategy game. Please don't, though.