In this video, you will see How To Save HUNDREDS on Game Pass Ultimate, why it’s the casual gamer’s dream, and reveal the savings hack that is easily the BEST DEAL in gaming in 2021.

Three years of Xbox’s Game Pass Ultimate for $1? Well, kind of. But it’s a bit greater complicated than that.

We found a hack that allows you to get Xbox’s premiere game subscription provider for up to three years at a MUCH cheaper fee than the traditional $180 annual fee. In fact, you’ll store hundreds of bucks if you go all in!

What is Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and what are its benefits?

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate includes all the benefits of Xbox Live Gold, plus over 100 high-quality console and PC games. New games are added all the time, so there’s always something new to play. Enjoy exclusive member deals and discounts. Play together with friends on the most advanced multiplayer network and discover your next favorite game.

After I join Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, can I still redeem Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass codes?

After you join Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you can continue to redeem Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Passcodes. These codes will automatically convert to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate based on the following conversion table. Conversion ratio subject to change.

How long do I have access to games within the Xbox Game Pass plans library?

Xbox Game Pass members enjoy access to high-quality games within the PC or console libraries, until either the membership is canceled/expires, or a game leaves the Xbox Game Pass library.

You can save roughly 50% on a year of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with this handy deal

Although the service itself is great, it’s no secret that Xbox Game Pass Ultimate deals are often pricey. A three-month membership will set you back $40 / £30, for example. However, this cool workaround lets you get four months for a lot less: buy an annual EA Play subscription for a discounted $26.99 / £18.99 at CD Keys and you can redeem it on your console for four months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimates. That essentially saves you $10 / £10 in the process.

Because you can stack Xbox Game Pass Ultimate deals, this also means you can quickly top-up for a year-long membership at a fraction of the cost. To be precise, you can get three EA Play codes one after the other for $81 / £57 in total, and then redeem them all for 12 months of Game Pass. That’s a good amount less than the $160 / £120 it would cost you in equivalent three-month Ultimate cards. 

Happily, these offers are all digital as well. That means you don’t need to worry about waiting for delivery – the codes appear in your inbox almost straight away.

If you’re on the fence about Game Pass, it’s worth taking the plunge thanks to this offer. It’s like Netflix for gaming: you get access to more than 100 games each month, and that library includes everything from new hits like Control to classics such as the Gears of War series. You’ll also get all Xbox exclusives at no extra cost as and when they launch. The service is honestly one the best things that Xbox has done in the last few years.

Xbox adds touch controls to over 50 Game Pass xCloud games on mobile

Games including Gears 5 and Sea Of Thieves are now playable via touchscreen controls only, as Microsoft’s cloud gaming push continues. Microsoft may be doing well at the moment with Game Pass and backward compatibility but that’s not even this generation’s final form as far as their Xbox plans go. The real future of Xbox is cloud gaming, where you’ll be able to play Xbox games on any compatible device, including smart TVs and mobile phones. The problem with phones, in particular, is that you’re not likely to have a controller to hand to use with them, and given how complex some console games can be that creates a real issue – one Microsoft is looking to solve with touch controls.

That seems easier said than done but a new Xbox Wire blog suggests that the new optional controls are already up and working for over 50 games, including Gears 5, Killer Instinct, and Sea Of Thieves. They didn’t advertise it much at the time but the first touch-enabled Xbox game was Minecraft Dungeons last autumn and now there is a total of 54 games ready to be updated, with the full list available here.

One of the early concerns about Microsoft’s cloud gaming plans was that future titles would be purposefully designed with touchscreen controls in mind, potentially compromising what was done for consoles. But if these games, that definitely weren’t made with phones as a priority, work okay that fear should be put to rest. The update doesn’t mention anything about xCloud working on iOS, just Android, as Apple is still preventing Microsoft from running games through the Game Pass app. Microsoft has previously said that they’ll try and figure out a way that they can run it on iOS through the Safari browser but so far there’s been no word of that actually happening.

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