Xbox has revealed a brand new gaming subscription service by the name of Xbox Game Pass, and much like Netflix with films, this gives you access to 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 (backward compatible) games on Xbox One, all for $9.99 USD a month (roughly £8.09).
The program has launched today for a few members of the Xbox Inside Program, but will be coming to everyone this spring. Those who have the service should see it on the dashboard already, but if not, you'll need to restart your console.
Xbox did want to make clear that this earl version of the program will have some limitations, and will be very different when it releases later in spring. This means that there are 20 titles in this preview version, most of them being arcade, the user interface will see changes, and there may be some bugs. Not only that, but there's also no localisation, and everything's in English.
They also revealed some of the titles fans can expect from the service, which include Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Halo 5: Guardians, Saints Row IV Re-Elected, and Fable III, among many others. Is this subscription service the future of gaming?