Xbox players will soon be able to access a selection of old and new games through Microsoft's new $10 (£8) subscription services.
The Xbox Game Pass will allow subscribers to access more than 100 games, which can all be downloaded directly to the console instead of the common practice of streaming.
Several publishers are involved with the service, including Bandai Namco and Codemasters, and more games will be added to the line-up in the coming months.
Microsoft is also offering discounts on titles and downloadable content across the Xbox One online store.
Figures have yet to be announced, but values are expected to vary over different games.
However, the company isn't the only games giant to launch a subscription services for its backlog of titles.