Xbox Game Pass may be increasingly expensive, according to a new report that says Microsoft is exploring the possibility of getting rid of Xbox Game Pass’s current base level together with getting rid of the base level of Xbox Live Gold in favor of making the combination. Of these two, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, the standard in the future. This means that if you pay $ 10 by Xbox Game Pass every month, you may soon pay $ 15 every month. Meanwhile, if you pay $ 5 each month by Xbox Live Gold, you may soon pay $ 15 every month. These may not seem great price increases, but if it observes the increase as percentages, both are substantial.
The report reaches the hand of an expert and journalist of Xbox, Brad Sams, who claims that Microsoft aims to combine the two subscription services in a single service. To this end, SAMS suggests that all this could happen when the costly acquisition of Activision Blizzard is completed by Xbox.
«I heard that Microsoft is considering discovering how to increase the price of these services [Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass] include GOLD so that $ 15 per month is the new base, which means you get Game Pass and also get Xbox Live Gold, and That is the only level, “Sams said through pure Xbox. «I would not be surprised if when Microsoft closes this acquisition of Activision, actually increase the base price of how much it will cost entering your service».
For now, this is the scope of the report, which, of course, should be taken with tweezers. Even if everything here is accurate, it is also subject to change, but it is aligned with the rumors we have heard, which is that Microsoft is not sure what to do with Xbox Live Gold and have been exploring ways to increase the game pass price of Xbox It would make sense that solutions to both problems were a single shared solution.
At the time of publication, Microsoft has not addressed this report and the speculation it has created. For a variety of reasons, we do not anticipate this change, but if it does, we will make sure to update the story accordingly. Meanwhile, and as always, feel free to share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section or, alternatively, contact me on Twitter. @Tyler_fischer_ and let me out there. What do you think of this new report? Is this the correct action course for Xbox?