the service celebrated with a crazy 80s song

“New games are coming fast and they’re all on Game Pass”: this is just a verse of the hilarious 80s-flavored song designed by Microsoft to advertise with style its popular Xbox Game Pass service, increasingly central to the internal of the commercial strategies of the colossus of Redmond.

All on Game Pass, this is the name of the song, entertains fans with light tones and a funny text that best advertises many of the flagship games coming in the future in the catalog, such as the highly anticipated Halo Infinite, Starfield, Forza Horizon 5 and Stalker 2 just to name a few. The movie does not disdain to use funny images capable of snatching a smile, for a video clip with captivating tones that could snatch more than a smile from Xbox fans.

Meanwhile, the head of the Xbox division, Phil Spencer, has reflected on the possibility that Xbox Game Pass can arrive on the Nintendo Switch, apparently requested by several players, confirming that this eventuality will not occur as there is no intention of “bringing this experience to other closed platforms, mainly because those closed platforms don’t want something like the Game Pass.” The catalog therefore remains the prerogative of PC and Xbox and will continue to expand in the near future. Speaking of which, here are some of the best games on Xbox Game Pass.