Subscribers to Game Pass will benefit greatly from a partnership between Riot Games and Xbox. League of Legends, Valorant, and a few more games from the publisher are getting a little something extra. This partnership, which was yesterday announced at the Xbox Bethesda Showcase, will make several of the world’s most popular titles, such as League of Legends and Valorant, more available to Xbox Game Pass players.
Riot Games recently made an announcement post on their official Twitter account, and Xbox had already published a dedicated post. Riot Games has been motivated by Xbox’s constant desire to advance gaming and establish equitable outcomes since before it was even a notion. Riot Games, for example, is dedicated to pushing the traditions of how developers and designers may prioritize themselves to users on Xbox.
What is a Game pass?
Games Pass is an Xbox membership service that allows players to install and experience over 300 games on their Xbox One or Xbox Series X/S for a monthly cost. It’s less expensive than buying every platform’s collection individually, plus it incorporates online gaming for the console, which is worth the monthly cost in and of itself.
What to expect with the Riot and Xbox partnership?
The partnership unites two of the world’s largest gaming communities around a deep interest in player-focused competitive games. Game Pass is the most recent in a long series of Xbox advancements. Xbox users will now be part of a 180 million-strong network. Game pass members will be able to access the following games:
- League of Legends (PC) with all Champions unlocked
- League of Legends: Wild Rift (Mobile) with all Champions unlocked
- Legends of Runeterra (PC & Mobile) with Foundations Set unlocked
- Teamfight Tactics (PC & Mobile) with a few little Legends unlocked
- VALORANT (PC) with all 18 Agents unlocked
In the next months, more information regarding the partnership’s future ambitions as well as the Game pass will be released. Players may anticipate the aforesaid game to be released on Xbox shortly.