Recently leaked documents from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) have revealed the estimated prices that Microsoft is considering to add some of the most anticipated releases to Xbox Game Pass.

According to these documents, Microsoft would be willing to pay $300 million to add Star Wars Jedi Survivor, $250 million for Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League, $100 million for Assassin’s Creed Rift, $50 million for Dying Light 2, and $5 million for Baldur’s Gate 3 to their game subscription service.

In addition to these figures, monthly fees for Rockstar games have also been revealed. For example, Microsoft would have to pay $5 million per month for Red Dead Redemption 2 and between $12 and $15 million for GTA V.

It is important to note that these prices are only estimates and do not necessarily mean that Microsoft will incorporate all of these games into Xbox Game Pass. However, there are some exceptions, such as Gotham Knights, which appears on the list for $50 million and will be added to the service in the coming days.

While these figures are merely of curiosity, it is interesting to learn about the investment figures that Microsoft is considering to expand the Xbox Game Pass catalog. With new releases like Lies of P, Party Animals, and Gotham Knights coming to the service in the upcoming days, it is possible that Microsoft’s service will continue to grow and expand its game offerings.

Sources: Leaked FTC documents