Thanks to an email posted by the official Xbox Game Pass Twitter account, we learned that Microsoft’s service will receive some new additions. For example, EA Play will arrive on PC and other games will arrive on both console and PC, including Control :
The fictitious email from Melissa McGamepass (heralding the upcoming titles) referenced in the tweet states that ” … our fans don’t stop asking us, and that’s why I sent attached a gif illuminated by a left. red light “. Such a reference might only link to Control since a flashing red light is an integral part of the story and has since become a game icon. Hopefully, this time around players will actually get the game for Game Pass, as it would be a great addition to the service’s collection.
Already last year there was talk of Control on Game Pass when the controversy with Remedy broke out. At the time, Phil Spencer had announced the arrival of the acclaimed title on the service in life on Mixer, but the studio promptly denied the news, saying that the announcement had compromised the sales of the game.
Honestly we have no idea what gif or sinister red light Melissa is referring to pic.twitter.com/QaOK7jZNkM
— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) November 29, 2020
What do you think? Is it finally time for Control on Game Pass?