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Microsoft revealed the first details on the new console's specs and how the console will overall fit into the Xbox platform portfolio.

We'll update the article as more details are being shared with us.

The price? As Twitter user Wario64 has noticed, it looks like Game Pass for PC will cost $4.99 a month, with a special introductory deal making your first month a single dollar. Ahead of that, however, some customers spied a new addition on the company's website: a signup option for Xbox Game Pass on PC. The monthly service fee also gives PC gamers the ability to purchase a game they like at up to 20% off and get up to 10% off related game add-ons and consumables. The beta will be limited to fewer titles, however.

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Xbox Game Pass PC will run $5 per month and will include over 100 games in its library. Customers need a Microsoft account to sign up.

Take this together with the Windows Store listing for Exodus we noticed earlier this week, which has a June 9 date on it, and the recently-revealed Xbox Windows app, and it sounds an bad lot like Microsoft plans on launching the Game Pass for PC later today during its E3 briefing. Microsoft isn't particularly clear on this point, but it seems that you can download and play these games as long as you have a subscription and as long as the game is in the catalog if you have an internet connection available.