Pass Pass Xbox plays an important part of these days. Rumors have not given us the best to ignore the Microsoft service; from the advent of new games to the possibility of subscriptions other than those that we have known to date.
This brings us to one question, what role can Xbox Game Pass play in Microsoft in the future? Judging Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, talks about the future of the game's distribution and his relationship with the Xbox Passport in an interview with LevelUP.
Spencer considers services such as the Xbox Game Gateway or similar ones as a big mistake to become the main access to games for fans. In that sense, he said: "No, I think it's a bad decision for the players. We have had a big growth with Game Pass, we have millions of subscribers, but even the all games that are in Game Pass, you can buy them. I love the idea, if you want to build a library of titles when you buy them, it's a great way to do that. And if you want to grow your library through monthly subscription services, it's also a great way to do that. I'll love you as players of that option on stage. "
Later, Spencer mentioned the best features of having an Xbox Ball Game. "What I love for Pass Pass is that people in the service play more titles before they are Pass Pass subscribers. They play genres that they did not have tried from before (…) the games that go to the service really increase in their number of players. "
In the recent news, it was confirmed that the Pass Pass Xbox service also came to the PC.