E3 best deals 2021 are out there, but there's one game subscription that won this year's show: Xbox Game Pass. And it looks like it isn't even close. 

Looking for E3 best deals in 2021 just got easier, especially if you're looking for a game subscription service that's going to provide hours upon hours of excellent content. Right now, there are a couple of great deals for Game Pass for the month. Here are some of the best ones as reported by TechRadar. 

Amazon is currently offering a 6-month membership for $59.99, and a 12-month membership for $119.99. Either way, you'll be getting access to enough games for the rest of the year, especially during the Holiday season when a lot of the newest titles will be releasing. E3 best deals 2021 likely has a winner, considering that the biggest competition didn't make as much of a wave with their game subscription reveals. 

Here's something to whet your appetite: during their E3 2021 presentation, Microsoft and 343 Studios (makers of "Halo") just announced the imminent launch of "Halo Infinite: Multiplayer," which is free-to-play and will be available alongside the main campaign later this year, as reported by Polygon

And since the entire game has already been confirmed to come to Game Pass on day 1, this makes getting a subscription NOW a really great deal. Furthermore, Microsoft and their Xbox Game Pass just added A LOT of new games to the service aside from "Infinite". Here are some of the most recent additions, according to The Verge

  • "Fallout" 1, 2, 3, "Fallout Tactics," "New Vegas" 
  • "The Evil Within 2" 
  • "Arx Fatalis" 
  • "RAGE" 
  • "Doom (2016)"
  • "Dishonored: Death of the Outsider" 
  • "Yakuza: Like A Dragon" 
  • "Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus" 

All of these games are releasing on PC via Game Pass except "Doom 2016," which is only going to come to the console and Cloud. Aside from these, the newly announced zombie co-op game "Back 4 Blood" will also come to Game Pass on the day of its launch on June 12, again according to The Verge. 

Overall, there are a total of 33 new games coming to Game Pass, all of which are expected to net a lot of new customers to Microsoft's game subscription service. According to IGN, a good number of these games are even some of the most anticipated next-gen titles, such as Bethesda's "Starfield"

Read also: Xbox Game Pass Vs Xbox Live Gold: Which One Should You Get? Price, Features, and More

E3 Best Deals 2021: How To Get Game Pass, And Why

Barring any local deals, you might find at the nearest game stores, you can get Game Pass for as little as $9.99 a month if you go for either the Xbox or PC-only version, as reported by Polygon. On the other hand, the highest-tier subscription (Ultimate) will cost $14.99, but it provides access to all connected platforms. 

When presented with either Live Gold or Game Pass Ultimate, though? The answer is easy: always go for Game Pass Ultimate! Live Gold's lone perk is the online play, but it pales in the supported games department. On the other hand, game Pass Ultimate offers every single game on Microsoft's platform, provided it's been officially announced to come to it. 

And there you have it: E3 best deals 2021! Get Game Pass if you still haven't because there's no better service of a similar caliber right now. 

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