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News video games 16 February 2024, 00:45

author: Peter Doron

Diablo 4 is Coming to Xbox Game Pass. Microsoft Announced Date

One of the most important pieces of information announced during the presentation of the Xbox brand's vision for the future was the announcement of the debut of Diablo 4 in Game Pass. Phil Spencer and company announced when Blizzard's action RPG will hit the service's library.

Source: Blizzard Entertainment.

Microsoft presented its official vision for the future of the Xbox brand. During the nearly 23-minute clip, a number of topics were discussed, including the development of the Xbox and PC Game Pass services. As expected, Phil Spencer, Sarah Bond, and Matt Booty announced that the company will finally start fulfilling the "commitment to offer Activision and Blizzard games as part of Game Pass."

The first Activision Blizzard title to be added to the subscription on Xbox and PC will be Diablo 4. The production will launch on Game Pass on March 28 this year. Further plans for porting games from the publisher acquired last year for a record amount are unknown, although it is expected that they will include games from the Call of Duty series. We have to wait for the details.

34 million Game Pass subscribers

In the same recording, it was assured that Game Pass will still only be available on Xbox platforms (the company probably means the entire ecosystem, thus also PC, Android and iOS -- as well as mobile in the Cloud Gaming).

It was also announced that the service is now used by 34 million people around the world. Besides, we can be sure that all Microsoft's first-party games will hit Game Pass on the day of their official premiere. The company also wants to offer cross-save and cross-platform features in as many productions as possible.

Peter Doron

Peter Doron

Educated as a journalist and political scientist. In since 2004. He started with previews and reviews, to join the Newsroom after a year and stayed there ever since. Currently the head of this department, where he manages a team composed of both specialists in their field and ambitious newbies, eager to learn and do their best. Former editor of emu@dreams, where he got by his fascination with emulation and consoles, as well as a reviewer for GB More magazine. A fan of information, games (it would take a long time to list favorite genres), the Internet, a good sci-fi and fantasy book, will also watch a well-crafted series or movie. Husband, father of three children, aesthete, advocate of moderation in private life.