Seven countries in four continents have the quests feature added to Xbox Game Pass.
To date, Xbox Game Pass quests – that allow players to collect reward points for completing tasks – have only been available in a few countries.
Until yesterday, they were only been available in the UK, US, Canada, and Brazil.
Now thanks to a tweet from Xbox spokesperson Larry Hryb, we know that Xbox Game Pass quests are available in some new countries:
Xbox Game Pass quests are now available in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, France, Germany, and Mexico! Browse quests, track your progress, and discover your next favorite game with the @XboxGamePass mobile app https://t.co/06fVTdoy5l
— Larry Hryb 🏡🎮☁ (@majornelson) May 10, 2019
The new countries that now have access to Xbox Game Pass quests are:
- New Zealand
You will, of course, need to be a member of the Xbox Game Pass to access these quests. That’s kind of self-explanatory. You’ll also need to grab the Microsoft Rewards app to claim your reward points. Here’s the download link for Android, and the equivalent link for iOS.
But if you’ve been looking at the 100+ games in the Xbox Game Pass library and struggling to pick what to play next? Then maybe some of these quests – like 200 reward points for completing two specific achievements in Just Cause 4 – might just give you a little nudge.
If you’ve got one of those fancy new digital-only Xbox One S consoles, you’ll definitely want to get in on the Xbox Game Pass. And if you don’t have one – and you quite like Game of Thrones – you can win an Iron Throne-themed Xbox One S digital console.
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