All you need to get started is an Xbox One and the holiday spirit. (That is, time off of work to play games.) The Xbox Game Pass grants you access to bestsellers such as Halo, Gears Of War, and Fable, as well as critical favorites like Oddworld, Limbo, and Bioshock Infinite. All included games can be downloaded in full fidelity and are available all month long for offline play, meaning that when you're done playing, they won't have to be added to the obelisk of CDs jutting out from your TV stand.
If you decide that Xbox Game Pass isn't right for you, or you've managed to speedrun through over 100 titles in a month, then feel free to cancel at any time. (Also, YouTube that speedrun! Damn!) Xbox Game Pass is the best way to play tons of different titles without breaking the bank or your living environment to do so.
Here's everything you get with your membership:
Unlimited access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games
Access to new games added every month
Member bonuses like 10 percent off add-ons and discounts on Xbox One game purchases from the catalog
No annual commitment -- end your membership whenever you want
The envy and admiration of all of your friends and enemies
Get your first month of Xbox Game Pass for just $1 by joining before November 27 to enjoy unlimited access to over 100 great games from the Xbox Game Pass catalog.
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