Members of the Xbox Insiders program are being invited to test two 90s classics on PC right now in the form of Bethesda's Wolfenstein 3D and The Elder Scrolls 2: Daggerfall. It seems both of these will eventually be on Game Pass.
Wolfenstein 3D first released in 1992, while The Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall was a 1996 release, but neither have had any presence on the Microsoft Store until now. The Xbox Wire blog post doesn't mention anything about Game Pass, but considering these are Bethesda titles, it seems almost certain they'll arrive on the service at some point.
If you're an Xbox Insider, here's how you can get involved:
- Sign in on Windows PC and launch the Xbox Insider Hub (or grab it from the Store if you don't have the app)
- Navigate to Previews, then Wolfenstein and/or The Elder Scrolls
- Select Join
- Wait for the registration attempt to process and you'll be able to install the preview
These aren't the only Bethesda classics that have been teased for PC Game Pass recently, as Quake 4 was part of the Xbox Insider preview last week as well, again targeting a PC release on the Microsoft Store for the first time.
It remains to be seen whether any other retro PC titles will be added to the store — and indeed Game Pass — in the near future, but in any case, it's nice to see Xbox and Bethesda working to bring some older games to the Microsoft Store.
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