Microsoft to introduce new Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription

Xbox Live Gold UK Membership Fee Set to Increase Next Month

Xbox Live Gold UK Membership Fee Set to Increase Next Month

According to a report from The Verge, Microsoft plans to pair the two in a $15 per month subscription called Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. More importantly, highly reliable industry analysts Daniel Ahmad and Brad Sams have directly interacted with the tweet, with Sams specifically regretting that WalkingCat got to the leak first.

"To ensure gamers have consistent pricing for Xbox Live Gold across Europe we are making changes to United Kingdom pricing from May 8th", Microsoft explains.

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What do you think of this news? Both sources also said today that Microsoft plans to offer the new bundle at a special price of $1/month for Xbox Insiders ahead of the general availability of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. In either case, gamers would save around five bucks a month as compared to the $19.98 they would have to pay now to make use of both services. "We have notified members whose accounts are on recurring billing in the United Kingdom so they are aware well in advance". 'All current subscribers will keep their current subscription fee for 90 days.

The price hike brings Microsoft's subscription service in line with Sony's similar PlayStation Plus service, which increased in 2017. In other words, you still have time to grab a subscription at the regular price before the changes are implemented. In an email received and verified by TrueAchievements, Microsoft has warned that the cost of a 12-month subscription to Xbox Live Gold is going to go from £39.99 to £49.99 - an increase of 25 percent.

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