Xbox Game Pass family plan reportedly priced as low as $25


The Xbox Game Pass family plan could cost as little as $25, according to a new rumor. During the last RDX podcast, TimDog spoke about the prospects of gamers playing Xbox games via xCloud via streaming to their phone or on a stick via their TV.

TimDog goes on to say that he is very interested in the announcement of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Family Plan. He was very surprised by the price offered, and said that it was really “good”. According to its sources, Microsoft plans to price the Xbox Game Pass family plan as low as $25 for up to 5 users.

The prospects for a $25 family plan look very exciting for gamers and the global reach of Xbox Game Pass. Meanwhile, Xbox Cloud Gaming, part of Microsoft’s Xbox Everywhere strategy, will soon allow you to play your purchased games on the company’s cloud service. At this time, it is unclear if there will be a subscription cost. Nvidia’s GeForce Now now lets you enjoy your PC game collection on Steam and the Epic Games Store. The latter, on the other hand, requires you to subscribe to the service.

Xbox Cloud Gaming will soon be available in more areas and on more devices, including apps for TVs. People who have devices that can’t run Xbox Cloud Gaming won’t be disappointed, as Warren said Microsoft will be giving away a TV puck for that reason. Microsoft seems to be pulling out all the stops in its quest for cloud supremacy. Anyone with a smartphone capable of running xCloud software can now play Fortnite, a free game. No subscription is required. This implies that your game collection can also be played for free. It would be a bold decision, which could force Nvidia to reconsider its GeForce Now plan.

For a one-time monthly subscription to Xbox Game Pass ($9.99 per month for Basic, $14.99 per month for Ultimate), customers get access to a rotating catalog of games from various publishers as well as additional premium services like Xbox Live Gold. and EA Play. Xbox Game Pass is available on Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One consoles, as well as Android, iOS, and iPad devices through Xbox Cloud Gaming, while PC Game Pass is available on Windows 11 and Windows 10 desktops with support for Xbox Cloud Gaming. The service went live on June 1, 2017, with Xbox Live Gold customers getting first access on May 24.


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