There have been many studio titles in the subscription service recently.
The upcoming director of Arkane Lyon Death cycle, Dinga Bakaba said that Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass service will enable it to continue “creative” projects.
In a speech to Press Start, the developer said that Arkane, who joined Xbox Game Studios as part of Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda’s parent company ZeniMax Media, was surprised, but this was ultimately good news for Arkane.
The infinite loop was scheduled to start on May 21, but strangely, it did not appear on the Xbox platform. The title is a console dedicated to PlayStation 5, but it will also appear on PC soon. Despite this, many of Arkane’s titles (“The Prey” and “Dishonored” series) have entered Game Pass and have caused a lot of sensation online.
“Being able to stand out in the Xbox Game Pass ecosystem is a bit different for us, because we can have a place in the service, and we will continue to make our own games and make them better,” Bakaba said Over.
“If you have watched social media, you will find that Xbox Game Pass has launched games like Prey and Dishonored 1 and 2. Many people say you need to play these games without any excuses, so this is very encouraging.
“This service will allow us to remain creative and attract viewers, and build this relationship over time, which is really exciting.”
In early March, the European Union and the United States approved Microsoft’s acquisition of ZeniMax.