In a broadcast of the official Xbox podcastAn update was announced regarding the expansion of the game catalog available to Xbox Game Pass users worldwide.

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The biggest news is that the first Activision Blizzard game to join the service will be ‘Diablo IV’ and the arrival of this game is planned for: 28 March.

Phil Spencer, Sarah Bond and Matt Booty, important names in the industry xbox team, Details about various aspects of the platform were sharedIncluding gaming exclusivity strategy, the future of Xbox hardware, and the overall brand vision.

A 2024 release schedule was also mentioned during the broadcast and included ‘Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II’, ‘Indiana Jones and the Great Circle’, ‘Avowed’, ‘Search: History Untold, Towerborne’ and others.

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It has also been confirmed that updates will continue for popular series such as ‘Call of Duty’, ‘Minecraft’, ‘Forza’, ‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ and ‘The Elder Scrolls Online’. Microsoft Flight Simulator.

announcement ‘Diablo IV coming to Xbox’ Game Pass This represents just the beginning of a broader partnership between Xbox and Activision Blizzard, which plans to bring more games from these brands to the service’s subscribers in the future.

This collaboration aims to expand access to both new and classic games from the legendary Activision and Blizzard catalogs.

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The combined Xbox and Activision Blizzard development teams have been responsible for launching some of the most successful and popular franchises in the video game industry; ‘Minecraft’, ‘Call of Duty’, ‘Overwatch’, ‘Diablo’ and ‘The Elder Scrolls Online’.

Additionally, this partnership promises to provide players with more opportunities to enjoy these experiences across multiple platforms. Like consoles, PCs and mobile devices.

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*This content was written based on information published by Xbox with the help of artificial intelligence and reviewed by a journalist and editor.

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