We reported earlier this week that three games had been discovered on the Microsoft Store that were all EA Play for PC games, suggesting the service was set to join Xbox Game Pass for PC in the very near future.
Now, Italian website Aggiornamenti Lumia is reporting that 75 games are "ready" for Xbox Game Pass for PC, providing evidence of the likes of Mirror's Edge Catalyst, but obviously they're not available just yet.
The games are being hidden on the Microsoft Store under a codename of "Rosebud", and interestingly non-EA Play title FIFA 21 has been discovered, which suggests it might be added alongside EA Play for PC around April or May.
In any case, we're still waiting on an official release date for EA Play's addition into Xbox Game Pass for PC, after which time we'll hopefully be able to play plenty of exclusive games that aren't available with EA Play on console.
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