The price of Xbox Game Pass is going up Monthly subscriptions to Xbox Game Pass and Game Pass Ultimate will rise by $1 and $2, respectively. That means Xbox Game Pass will now cost $10.99 per month, while Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which provides access to all levels of the Game Pass system, will cost $16.99 per month. The pricing of the PC Game Pass Subscription will stay at $9.99.
The changes go into effect on July 6; individuals who subscribe on a yearly basis will see the price adjustment when their membership is up for renewal.
The changes go into effect on July 6; individuals who pay on a yearly basis will see the price adjustment take effect when their membership renews. Polygon has reached out to Microsoft reps for further information on the pricing increases. In addition, effective August 1, Microsoft will boost the price of the Xbox Series X in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. According to a Microsoft representative, the corporation “adjusted the prices to reflect the competitive conditions in each market.”
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The price changes imply that a Series X will cost £479.99 in the United Kingdom, €549.99 in some European Union markets, and AUD $799.99 in Australia. The contract is up for renewal.
The price increases are in keeping with revisions made to Sony’s PlayStation Plus subscription line a year ago, as well as Sony’s plan to boost the price of the PlayStation 5 in some key regions but not the United States in August 2022.
However, in October, Xbox CEO Phil Spencer told a Wall Street Journal conference, “We’ve held our price on our console, we’ve held our price on games, and we’ve held our price on our subscription.” “I don’t think we’ll be able to do that indefinitely.”