After rumors of possibly selling its Xbox business to Microsoft Said Now it’s expanding PC Game Pass previews to 40 new countries.

Earlier this week, VGC editor and owner Andy Robinson’s post on Twitter caught the attention of many sports enthusiasts after the latter claim of He knows that “a lot of industry pundits think that MS selling Xbox is a real possibility that it should be blocked (I still hope to go through with the concessions).”

Robinson’s comments were aimed at Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer, who had an interview with many times Prior and said that the Activision deal “isn’t some linchpin for the long term – Xbox will continue to exist if this deal doesn’t happen.”

Days after that, Microsoft is trying to prove that by announcing that its PC Game Pass preview has been reaching more Insiders since February 28th. According to the software giant, this will bring the program to 40 new countries: Albania, Algeria, Bahrain, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Georgia, Guatemala, Honduras, Iceland, Kuwait, Latvia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Nicaragua, North Macedonia, Oman, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Qatar, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Tunisia, Ukraine and Uruguay.

As expected, those who want to participate in the preview will need to sign up for the PC Game Pass preview program in order to access its various features and benefits. Participants of the preview could get more as the company plans to release some new titles for the gaming service in the coming weeks, including Minecraft Legends on April 18 and red fall On 2 May.

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