The release of the Xbox Series X|S on November 10th kickstarted the new era of console gaming, as the next generation of Xbox finds its way into the hands of the players around the world. The arrival of the new consoles offers the chance to experience a catalogue of thousands of games playing faster and looking better than ever before. Plus, with Xbox Game Pass you can play new Xbox Game Studios titles such as Halo Infinite the same day they are released, as well as recent hits like Minecraft Dungeons and Gears Tactic. With a huge variety of games from every genre, and new games added all the time, there’s something for everyone.
The unprecedented balance of power and speed in the Xbox Series X|S means you are able to experience the most realistic, dynamic, living worlds yet. This next generation of consoles bring less waiting and more immersive gaming. The new Quick Resume feature lets you continue multiple games from a suspended state almost instantly, returning you to the exact point in the game where you last stopped.
Both consoles offer you the ability to play games from four generations of Xbox with Backward Compatibility, including optimised titles at launch. On top of this, with Xbox Series X you can enjoy true 4K gaming at up to 120 frames per second, advanced 3D spatial sound and more.
Games featuring the Xbox Series X|S icon will showcase unparalleled load times, heightened visuals, and steadier framerates. These include new titles built natively using the Xbox Series X|S development environment as well as previously released titles that have been rebuilt specifically for Xbox Series X|S.
If you're looking to discover your next favourite game, look no further than Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The service is one of the best deals in gaming with Xbox Live Gold, a library of over 100 high-quality games on console, PC and Android mobile devices, and a host of exclusive member discounts and perks, all for only £10.99 a month.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate recently got even better with the addition of EA Play. This includes a collection of EA's top titles such as FIFA 20, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and The Sims 4, plus 10hr trials of some of their newest games like FIFA 21 and Star Wars: Squadrons.
On top of that, from December 15, Xbox Game Pass for PC subscribers will also be able to download and play games from EA Play's The Play List via the EA Desktop app (currently in beta). The sheer quantity of games on offer means you're bound to find something for you, whichever Xbox Game PAss plan you decide to choose.
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