steam Deck, Valve’s new ‘portable console’, will be the perfect device to use Xbox Game Pass (or PC Game Pass) anywhere and the company will be “more than happy” about it Partnership with Microsoft To be able to officially bring the subscription service to Steam for this.
In a recent interview by PC Gamer A Gabe NewellThe Valve CEO clarified that the company does not have, at the moment, some form of subscription service in the program, but would be happy to collaborate with Microsoft to be able to officially offer PC Game Pass on Steam and then on Steam deck.
Newell explained: “I don’t think a service equivalent to Game Pass is anything that interests us, or in any case it offers a subscription service at the moment, but for its users, it is clearly a very popular option and we will be more than that. I am happy to work with them To be able to bring it to Steam.”
Microsoft’s openness to Steam is now evident and even the recent announcement of closing the Bethesda.net Launcher with the move to Steam is further confirmation of that, but the feeling seems to be mutual.
Since Valve does not currently plan to offer a subscription-based service, a collaboration with Microsoft to bring PC Game Pass to Steam would be an ideal solution, according to CEO Gabe Newell.
It will be even more important in light of Steam Deck, given that instant and portable access to the game library through a Game Pass subscription will increase the use of the service even more. “we had Several discussions on this topicNewell added, “If users really want something, we should try to make it so they can get it, that’s what we think.” Ball to Microsoft, then: Phil Spencer plans to bring PC Game Pass on Steam?
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