Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition and more to be added to Xbox Game Pass

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Microsoft have announced the next batch of games to be added to the Xbox Game Pass subscription service. The top title is Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition which will arrive on the console version of the pass on November 11th. “Zen puzzle game” Unpacking will also join the service on the day it launches which is tomorrow, November 2nd, and something called Forza Horizon 5 drops on the 9th.

Here a run down of what is arriving in on the Xbox Game Pass in November.

  • Minecraft: Java and Bedrock Editions (PC) – November 2nd.
  • Unpacking (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected] – November 2nd.
  • It Takes Two (Cloud, Console, PC) EA Play – November 4th.
  • Kill It with Fire (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected] – November 4th.
  • Football Manager 2022 (PC) – November 9th.
  • Football Manager 2022: Xbox Edition (Cloud, Console, and PC) – November 9th.
  • Forza Horizon 5 (Cloud, Console, and PC) – November 9th
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition (Console) – November 11th
  • One Step from Eden (Console and PC) [email protected] – November 11th
  • Battlefield 2042 Early Access Trial with EA Play – November 12th.
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Xbox Game Pass didn’t grow as quickly as Microsoft wanted it to through the last fiscal year, it’s been revealed in a new SEC filing, undershooting their target for fiscal year ’21 by more than 20% and with a growth rate that’s less than half what was achieved in fiscal year ’20.

Through FY21, which ended on 30th June 2021, Microsoft’s subscriber growth was targeted to be 47.79%, but only managed 37.48%. That’s in comparison to FY20, where they were able to outperform the 71% target with an actual growth of a staggering 85.75%.

Microsoft hasn’t given an updated subscriber count since January 2021, where they had reached 18 million users. This was up from 15 million in September 2020 and over 10 million” in April 2020. As the timing of the growth percentage reports hasn’t matched up to the timing of subscriber count announcements, it’s tricky to piece together exactly where Microsoft now stands.



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  1. more gp goodness? captain i can’t handle it anyamoor!…

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