Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has confirmed the company will expand its Xbox Game Pass service to include PC.
News comes from Microsoft's latest earnings call, where Nadella noted the expansion is aimed to "increase the strength of the community."
"You see that already with Minecraft going to all platforms and that increasing the intensity of the community and you'll see us do more of that. Obviously, bringing Game Pass to even the PC is going to be a big element of that."
The Netflix-like subscription service offers members access to more than one hundred titles from both first and third-party developers.
The service costs NZD$10.95 per month, making it great value for money and has seen day-one releases from a number of first-party titles including Forza Horzion 4 and Sea of Thieves.
Thanks to Microsoft's Play Anywhere initiative, many first-party titles have released on PC, and are already available to those using the Xbox Game Pass.
Older titles have remained available only to those that own an Xbox One, so it'll be great to see even more value added to an already-great service.