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Ori And The Will Of The Wisps Is Out Now On Xbox Game Pass--Subscribe For $1

The Xbox and PC game is cheaper than a cup of coffee.

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Ori And The Will Of The Wisps is out now, and you don't necessarily have to buy it in order to play it. While it is sold as a standard game, the much-anticipated sequel is also available to play with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

Windows 10 and Xbox One users can get access to Ori And The Will Of The Wisps for a whole month for only $1 if you aren't already a subscriber.

Game Pass Ultimate subscribers can play it on both Windows 10 and Xbox One right now, as the Ultimate Pass covers both platforms.

It’s not the first time Microsoft has released a new game on Game Pass alongside its release date--The Outer Worlds launched alongside a similar $1 deal, and all first-party Microsoft titles are available on Game Pass from day one. It seems like Microsoft may be running these deals alongside the release of anticipated releases, which is a great way for people to experience these games for a low price.

This is a pretty great deal if you have the time to finish the whole game in only a month. If you manage to finish the game before the end of the month, you may want to check out the range of games you also have access to. Just remember that if you don't unsubscribe, the price will increase for next month.

Ori And The Will Of The Wisps is out now on PC and Xbox One. For our thoughts on the game, check out our Ori And The Will Of The Wisps review.

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