Xbox App free for PC

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  • Developer Microsoft Corporation
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Xbox App is a video game platform that allows you to access hundreds of blockbusters and indie games for one low monthly price. It has a user-friendly interface that allows you to easily browse the game library, play your favorite games, and connect and chat with friends. Xbox App has it all!

What are the key features of Xbox App?

  • The store: Xbox App opens the door to more than 100 high-quality Xbox and PC games. Browse the library, download the game of your choice, and launch it when you are ready to play. Xbox Game Pass members receive a discount on the games available in the library.
  • Stay connected: Stay in touch with your friends and keep the conversation going while you play your favorite titles. Thanks to the notification system, Xbox App keeps you informed about the achievements of your Xbox friends.
  • Remote play: Access the games stored on your Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S consoles and play them remotely on your PC or laptop.
  • Social media: Connect to your friends and fellow gamers on Discord, Twitch and Steam, and keep them up to date by posting screenshots and (live) gameplay videos.

How does it work?

The installation process for this software is a piece of cake. Download the file by clicking on the download button on the top of this page and follow the steps in the installation wizard. When you first launch the Xbox App, you will be prompted to connect to your Microsoft account. As soon as you are connected you can sit back and start streaming your favorite Xbox games.

Is it free?

Yes, you can download and install this application completely free. However, the best way to enjoy Xbox App is by subscribing to Xbox Game Pass, which has a monthly cost. Check out this article to learn more about Game Pass and its costs.

Is it safe?

Yes, this is a completely safe to use application that has been extensively tested by Microsoft. There is no need to reason about malware or privacy issues.

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