As the Game Pass continues to grow in popularity, the titles with it are also increasing. It was announced in June’s Xbox and Bethesda Showcase, that Riot Games’ titles would be coming to the PC Game Pass and they are finally here.
Riot Games on PC Game Pass
Earlier today, multiple mobile and PC titles from Riot games have been added to the Microsoft Store, and have yet to come to Game Pass. Perhaps the announcement will happen at The Video Game Awards on December 8th, 2022.
Although these titles are already free to play on Riot’s own launcher, playing on Game Pass grants you certain perks.
Here is a list of all the available games and perks that come with them:
Valorant is free-to-play but does contain in-game content that includes agents, cosmetics, and other stuff. If you own Game Pass, all 18 agents of Valorant will be already unlocked and you won’t have to buy them in-game. Additionally, you’ll also have access to all new agents from day 1.
League of Legends is one of the most popular competitive games out there. With Game Pass, you will unlock all 160+ champions plus get day-one access to each new champion as it’s released.
Legends of Runeterra is a strategy card-playing game available on both mobile and PC. Owning it on Game Pass will unlock the Foundation’s Set. The set will enable players to get a headstart in the game.
Teamfight Tactics is another title available on both mobile and PC. It is an auto-battler strategy game where you face off against 7 other players. Game Pass members will get access to a rotation of Tier One Little Legend avatars.
Moreover, players will also receive additional bonus experience across all these titles. Xbox Game Pass is often considered to be the best value in console gaming and the partnership with Riot capitalizes on it. The coming year is also looking sharp for Game Pass as hard-hitters from Microsoft including Starfield, Redfall, and multiple others will be launching on it.
Are you guys excited about the lineup of Riot Games coming to PC Game Pass? Have you subscribed to the service? Let us know in the comments down below.