Monster Hunter World, Dragon Ball and free Microsoft-exclusives with your existing GAME PASS subscription

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Two new games joined the list of Xbox One X Enhanced games today and are available from now at the Xbox Store. Monster Hunter: World and Dragonball FighterZ are available in various versions. Probably your best bet is the turkey store which seems to be the cheapest for now. Monster Hunter: World is selling from 48$ and Dragonball FighterZ begins at 56$ (both already including tax)!

It could be cheapter to go for the special editions compared to your local price and the savings.You should check that for your self depending on your region you live in.

In case you'd use the turkey store, you can get cheap gift cards at 1:1 face value from our partners over at MTCGame. Using this gift cards you will be able to complete the purchase within some minutes without hassle and totally free of stress. Your best choice for the upcoming weekend ;)

Cheap gift cards for the turkey store are available here: MTCGame

♦ All upcoming Microsoft Exclusives are permanently part of GAME PASS from release day!

Two days ago Microsoft announced that all upcoming self-published games will be part of GAME PASS and never been deleted afterwards. All games are available from release without any additional cost. That makes GAME PASS quite more interesting than before. 

In fact that means, that i.e. Sea of Thieves, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, Forza Horizon 4, Forza Motorsport 8 (~2019) and many more will be free with your existing subscription of GAME PASS. And because GAME PASS can be purchased month by month you can probably save a lot of money using this method. At least for games you probably just play until completion.

Cheap GAME PASS subscriptions (from 1 month) are also available from other regions. You can get them even with gift cards or by as a gift. Just check our comparison page for international prices: GAME PASS intl. comparison