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Microsoft's subscription based Xbox Game Pass truly came into its own in recent months when first party titles like Sea of Thieves and State of Decay were made available the same time as the retail releases. For a modest $11 a month, the current impressive library available for Xbox fans to download and play is one that grew from the service's initial launch this time last year.

Although subscription numbers aren't available we do know that Xbox Game Pass is now available in over 40 markets across the globe. And thanks to its popularity titles like Sea of Thieves and more recently with State of Decay 2 have comfortably found over 2 million players each.

Benefiting from the current expansion of Xbox backwards compatibility to include the original Xbox console this month Xbox Game Pass subscribers are in for a treat thanks to the addition of four Star Wars titles - good ones too. With Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Xbox), Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Xbox 360), Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II (Xbox 360), and Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Xbox 360).

We can probably expect to to get at least one or two major announcements for Xbox Game Pass this E3.

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