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Microsoft is Giving Away a Free PC Game Pass Trial to Non-members who have Played Halo, Forza or AoE4

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Microsoft has announced a free pc game pass trial to non-members who played some of its biggest 2021 games. The offer is available for fans who played  Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5, or Age of Empires IV on PC between release and February 28, 2022. They are eligible for a 3-month trial of PC Game Pass, according to a statement released this weekend.

However, the deal is only valid for players who have never had Xbox or PC's Game Pass membership before. Users must have played either paid copies of the following games or the free-to-play multiplayer feature in Halo Infinite.  

“Thank you for playing and supporting the success of our most recent PC games from Xbox Game Studios!” says the Xbox website. “If you have played Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5 or Age of Empires IV on the PC from launch until 28 February 2022, we are giving you a 3-month trial of PC Game Pass (new members only) to show our appreciation.”


Users can check their eligibility and claim the deal via a tool on Microsoft's website. To find out  if you're eligible for this deal, just go to the website, sign in, and click on “Check Eligibility.” Users who have only played Halo Infinite multiplayer, are still eligible for it. Users will also need their credit card details. 

Upon expiration of the three-month trial period, users will be billed in full for their subscription. They can cancel their subscription in their Microsoft account before the end of the three-month trial period and no longer be charged.

Xbox continues to find ways to improve its services and expand the Xbox Game Pass offering. According to a recent report, Microsoft will also be launching a Xbox Game Pass Family Plan’ soon.  Sources familiar with the matter say that the plan will allow multiple users from one household to access the service. The plan is similar to Spotify and Nintendo Switch Online’s family plans.


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Evans I. Karanja is a freelance writer who loves to write about anything technology. He is always on the lookout for interesting topics, and enjoys writing about video games, cryptocurrency and blockchain and more. When not writing, he can be found playing video games or watching F1.