Tech giant Microsoft has launched the PC Game Pass service in 40 new countries after previewing the service in these countries over the past two months.

The company announced the availability of PC Game Pass previews in these 40 new countries in February.

“In February, we brought a preview of PC Game Pass to 40 new countries for the first time ever. The response was incredible,” Microsoft said in a blog post.

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“We’re happy to announce that beginning later today all players in these countries can join the PC Game Pass community,” it added.

PC Game Pass is now officially available in countries across Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East, including Croatia, Iceland, Libya, Qatar, and Ukraine.

With this expansion, 86 countries will now have access to Game Pass as Microsoft seeks to grow its subscription service beyond the console.

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