The legendary Xbox Game Pass promo giving new users a one-month subscription for $1 is officially a thing of the past. As reported by Jez Corden for Windows Central and confirmed by Microsoft in the following statement:
“We have stopped our previous introductory offer for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and PC Game Pass and are evaluating different marketing promotions for new members in the future.”Microsoft
New users previously got to try out the game pass service for $1 for the first month. Many users found ways to continue to use the promotion by registering using a different email address. Microsoft has a bunch of excellent game pass exclusives lined up for release in 2023. Titles like Redfall, Minecraft Legends, Sifu Arenas, Stalker 2, Forza Motorsport, MLB: The Show 23, and the long-awaited Starfield will likely draw millions of subscribers, new and old. After years of endless advertising of the service, there is no better time than now for Xbox to pull the promotion and capitalize on multiple months of service from subscribers.
Xbox Game Pass
Xbox Game Pass is Microsoft’s subscription-based video game platform providing gamers with hundreds of video games for the low monthly fee of $9.99. Games are downloaded to a local hard drive allowing play until removal from the program. Game Pass also unlocks Cloud gaming services accessed using your Smartphone or tablet. PC gamers can also subscribe to PC Game Pass and receive PC-ported games. Game Pass Ultimate allows access to both console and PC gaming catalogs. Xbox Game Pass for Families and Friends is the newest option, giving five separate accounts for one low price.
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