Xbox Game Pass, 30 million subscribers? Phil Spencer neither confirms nor denies

Xbox Game Pass, 30 million subscribers? Phil Spencer neither confirms nor denies

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Has Xbox Game Pass hit 30 million subscribers? Asked about it by the Wall Street Journal, Phil Spencer has neither confirmed nor denied these numbers, but tried to stick to the official data.

Last January Microsoft announced that Xbox Game Pass has reached 18 million subscribers , and the figure has not yet been updated by the company, which being listed cannot clearly confirm numbers from other sources.

Specifically, the news of the 30 million Xbox Game Pass subscribers has been given, perhaps inappropriately, by Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick, who also on that occasion tried to involve Phil Spencer in the discussion.

In short, it seems that this is now the proverbial secret of Pulcinella, but Spencer continues to stick to the official figures and has also done so in the course of his interview with the Wall Street Journal, but adding an important detail.

"We will announce a new issue later," the head of the Xbox division said, whether it be 30 million or more, reiterating the great enthusiasm around the Microsoft subscription service from both users and customers. developers.

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Xbox Game Pass now has more than 100 touch-enabled games

Microsoft now has more than 100 games on Xbox Game Pass that support Xbox touch controls. The software giant is adding 13 titles to the list of touch-enabled games today, bringing the total to beyond 100 — a new milestone for Xbox Game Pass.

Touch-enabled games allow Xbox Game Pass members to stream games on Windows PCs, iOS devices, and Android phones and tablets without a controller. Developers have created custom on-screen controls, added gyro aim controls, and lots more to improve the experience of just using a touchscreen to play games.

Touch controls first started rolling out alongside the launch of Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) a year ago, with just Minecraft Dungeons supported at launch. Microsoft expanded to 10 touch-enabled games a month after launch and has been adding new titles on what feels like a monthly basis ever since.

Thirteen more games will support touch today, and you can find the full list of games over at Microsoft’s Xbox site.

  • Art of Rally
  • Boyfriend Dungeon
  • Crown Trick
  • Curse of the Dead Gods
  • Gears Tactics
  • Lethal League Blaze
  • Signs of the Sojourner
  • The Ascent
  • Train Sim World 2
  • Yakuza 0
  • Yakuza 6: The Song of Life
  • Yakuza Kiwami
  • Yakuza Kiwami 2