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Still on the fence about getting a subscription to Xbox’s wildly popular PC Game Pass service? You may qualify for a free and lengthy test run thanks to a new promotion from the gaming giant, which is awarding a three-month trial to anyone who played Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5, or Age of Empires IV on PC before February 28, 2022. The only other condition is that you must be a new member who has never had a subscription to PC Game Pass before. Some of the service’s latest additions for PC include Chinatown Detective Agency and Life Is Strange: True Colors, a new entry in the award-winning and critically acclaimed narrative adventure series from developer Deck Nine.

Start your 3-month trial of PC Game Pass today (Microsoft)

Thank you for playing and supporting the success of our most recent PC games from Xbox Game Studios! If you have played Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5 or Age of Empires IV on the PC from launch until 28 February 2022, we are giving you a 3-month trial of PC Game Pass (new members only) to show our appreciation.

Play over 100 high-quality PC games like Minecraft and Sea of Thieves with friends, including Bethesda classics and upcoming day one titles. You also get EA Play, member only rewards and exclusive trials, so redeem your trial today! See offer terms.

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6 comments

  1. I've had "promo" access three times already on the same account, and came away extremely disappointed each time. Even with the fomo of not wanting to waste the access, I could barely find anything worth playing on it.
  2. I've had "promo" access three times already on the same account, and came away extremely disappointed each time. Even with the fomo of not wanting to waste the access, I could barely find anything worth playing on it.
    Same here. Not enough good games on there to make me want to keep it.
  3. Patiently waiting Starfield to try it again, even with a brand new XBSX and not a deep XB library to put on that (trying out Tiny Tina there). Yeah, the library gets really thin once you look past Microsoft-owned stuff.

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