Microsoft appears to have rebranded its Xbox Game Pass to just Game Pass.
If the recent changes on its social media accounts are anything to go by, the service is continuing to use the Xbox logo but has dropped the word ‘Xbox’ from its official branding.
The Game Pass and Game Pass on PC Twitter accounts announced the changes with a couple of cheeky tweets yesterday (thanks, Thurrott, via VGC), although the word “Xbox” is interestingly still retained in the accounts’ names for now:
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