A new Xbox One X bundle containing the approaching tube Exodus game has been disclosed by Microsoft.
tube Exodus, which has been increased for Xbox One X in 4K extremist HD with HDR support, is a first-person shooter that sees players fleeing from the ruins of Moscow and embarking on an epic journey crosswise continents. They must shoot and sneak as they try to survive in immense, sandbox levels crosswise all four seasons.
The tube Exodus bundle, which besides contains one month of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold, will be discharged on February 15, priced at £449.99. It is available to pre-order now from the online Microsoft Store.
The news came as Xbox discovered new figures for Game Pass, its online subscription gambling service, highlight the diverse range of titles it now offers. The company added 116 games to the Game Pass catalogue last year, and now works with more than 65 partners on the service – up from 25 at its launch in June 2017. This includes 53 titles from developers in the ID@Xbox programme. A total of 17 titles launched the same day as their global release into Xbox Game Pass, including Sea of Thieves, optical maser League, State of Decay 2, Warhammer 2: Vermintide, cemetery Keeper, Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption and Forza Horizon 4.
“We’re seeing members play even more. Members increase their total time gambling on Xbox by about 20% more than before and are besides increasing their total number of games played by about 40%, including titles outside the Xbox Game Pass catalogue,” Will Tuttle, Xbox Wire’s Editor in Chief, wrote in a blog post. “In addition, the average back-catalogue game sees its usage increase by six times after connection the Xbox Game Pass library.”
Xbox’s recap of 2018 pointed to the immense success of games including Forza Horizon 4, which became the highest-rated Xbox exclusive of this generation. During the year, its creator, Playground Games, was one of six new studios to be noninheritable by Microsoft.
“We can’t wait to show you what all the Microsoft Studios development teams are working on,” Tuttle added. “We’re focused on implementing new Microsoft technologies, delivering content for new platforms and employment like Xbox Game Pass, and creating exclusive games that turn players into loyal Xbox fans.
“We are committed to expanding the Microsoft Studios franchises players not yet love and investment in new, exclusive content for every type of gamer. We’re excited to see the teams maximize their potential at Microsoft and can’t wait for what the future has in store.”
That includes major releases in 2019, including suppression 3, Gears of War 5, Ori and the Will of the Wisps and Minecraft: Dungeons.