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Xbox Game Pass for PC gets a price increase as its exits beta and adds EA Play

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Xbox Game Pass for PC gets a price increase as its exits beta and adds EA Play

Xbox Game Pass for PC gets a price increase as its exits beta and adds EA Play

Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox Game Pass for PC is exiting beta this month, bringing with it a price increase from £3.99/$4.99 per month to £7.99/$9.99 per month. 

While this price increase may seem like a bad thing for PC gamers, it is worth saying that Xbox Game Pass for PC still offers PC gamers excellent value. Beyond that, Microsoft has announced that EA Play will be added to Xbox Game Pass for PC this holiday season, adding a lot of extra value into the mix. 

Xbox Game Pass for PC includes games from Bethesda, Deep Silver, Devolver Digital, Paradox Interactive and Sega. Adding EA into that mix will make Game Pass one of the best value subscription services available on the platform.

For those who want more, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate includes Game Pass for Xbox and Windows PCs as well as support for xCloud, Microsoft's Xbox cloud streaming service. xCloud exits beta on September 15th, adding extra value to Game Pass Ultimate. Game Pass Ultimate includes Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Game Pass for PC, Xbox Live, EA Play (coming soon) and xCloud game streaming (Starting September 15th) for $14.99 per month. 

   

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10-09-2020, 12:46:52

Greenback
So buy 3 years of subs now before the price goes upQuote

10-09-2020, 13:05:07

NeverBackDown
This is probably the only one worth subscribing to. $120/year but access to all the big games launching. Not that bad. EA alone releases at least 2 big games a year. Whether they are good or not is a different story...Quote

10-09-2020, 13:58:12

Warchild
win win for me, ive already paid my 6 month sub Quote

10-09-2020, 14:21:54

NeverBackDown
How do you get a longer than one month subscription?

Right now it's a $1 for any of the services, obviously to get you to join, but after that how do you get that 6 month or even 3 year plan? Because that is an awesome way to save money.

Tried signing up but there's no option as far as I can tell.Quote

10-09-2020, 16:22:31

Greenback
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
How do you get a longer than one month subscription?

Right now it's a $1 for any of the services, obviously to get you to join, but after that how do you get that 6 month or even 3 year plan? Because that is an awesome way to save money.

Tried signing up but there's no option as far as I can tell.
Amazon has 3 months CDkeys has 12 month, though I'm not sure about £100 going to CDKEYSQuote
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