Microsoft has shut down its Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and PC Game Pass subscription platforms, which allowed users to try the service for $1 for the first month before upgrading to more expensive plans.
The trial was available for years, but wasn’t always available in some markets, and it appears Microsoft is now considering a new promotion for new Game Pass members, reports The Verge.
“We have paused our previous introductory offer for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and PC Game Pass and are evaluating various marketing promotions for new members in the future,” said Kari Perez, head of global communications at Xbox.
Apart from this, the tech giant is also working on its Friends and Family plan for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
The report mentions that the plan lets users share Xbox Game Pass Ultimate benefits with up to four other friends or family members.
Meanwhile, Microsoft has opened up the preview of PC Game Pass to 40 new countries.
“Gamers in these new markets can sign up for the PC Game Pass preview program, giving them immediate access to a library of hundreds of high-quality PC games on Windows, including new Xbox Game Studio releases on the first day, iconic Bethesda games, and more.” , includes an EA.Play membership, and members-only benefits at Riot Games,” Microsoft said.
PC Game Pass is now available in 86 markets worldwide, including new markets in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
appeared first on Techlusive after Microsoft ended its Xbox Game Pass $1 trial offer.