Xbox begins testing a shared subscription plan for Xbox Game Pass. Testing begins in select countries, initially in Colombia and Ireland.
The group of Xbox Insiders in those countries will be able to choose a subscription plan for the service that allows multiple people and accounts to share Game Pass Ultimate benefits and thus split the value of the service.
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The service’s family plan allows benefits to be shared on consoles and PC for up to four people, with one subscription at a different price. Initially, the people sharing the subscription must reside in the same country.
Microsoft did not detail when or if it plans to launch and expand the Xbox Game Pass family plan to other markets. As always when it comes to testing, some of the features available during the beta phase may not reach the final version or may undergo major changes.
Currently, the Xbox Game Pass plans available in Brazil give access to all the games in the catalog, however, each of them has its own characteristics. In addition, any subscription entitles users to receive exclusive discounts and offers within the Microsoft Store. Check out the available options below:
- Xbox Game Pass for PC: First month for R$5.00 and subsequent months for R$29.99;
- Xbox Game Pass for Console: Monthly subscription for R$29.99;
- Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: First month for R$5.00 and subsequent months for R$44.99. This subscription is valid for consoles and PC and also includes Xbox Live Gold and EA Play.
source: Xbox Wire
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