More facilities to access the Microsoft service.
Today it cannot be denied that Xbox Game Pass is one of the best services that exist within the video game industry, so that users who are subscribed to it have access to an extensive catalog of Microsoft’s own and third-party titles that are even available on launch day.
Under this premise, it is known that the number of users grows every year exponentially, achieving in record time a huge amount of subscribers that only goes to more in view of the good reception that this service has in social networks. And it seems that Microsoft could add another incentive.
We would have the Xbox Game Pass family plan in the fall of this year
It has to be said that it is not confirmed informationsince it comes in this case from Jez Corden of Windows Central, who has released on some occasions video game industry leaks. Be that as it may, this journalist said at the beginning of the month that at some point this year the family plan would come to Xbox Game Pass.
In this way, it is now Brad Sams who has responded to Corden stating that The Xbox Game Pass family plan would arrive in the fallso it would be ready to launch in the middle of this year’s Christmas campaign.
Mind you, Sams points out that this was the initial goal, so any type of delay or change cannot be ruled out for whatever reason, since we cannot forget that the current situation, both due to the pandemic and due to armed conflicts, has led some companies to change your launch plans. A recent example has been the indefinite delay of Advance Wars on Nintendo Switch.
In any case, it must be said that Corden claims that he heard that The Xbox Game Pass family plan would allow five accounts to access the service. That said, anything else we can say is purely speculative, so we’ll just have to wait and see. any announcement by Microsoftespecially now that we enter the time of E3 (which does not take place), with strong rumors of a couple of Xbox conferences.
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