Reportedly, a massive rise in price is to be witnessed in Xbox Live Gold on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S, while only three options remain for Xbox players on the same.
The Live Gold includes $10 for one month, three months for $25, and $40 for 6 months. Whereas Microsoft had an offer of $60 for a 12-month subscription, but unfortunately last year it got discontinued.
While the service amounts more than PlayStation Plus and seems like Microsoft is gearing up to widen this gap.
A Reddit user shared a recent image of a 6-month Xbox Live Gold subscription card in the wild that amounted $60.
Does this bring to point out that an Xbox Live Gold subscription that’s $20 higher the current price, is by any chance fake?
It seems that it’s not the only one to be available online, this could either be a mistake or Microsoft might be preparing to level-up the price of the service accordingly.
Thus, it means that Xbox Live Gold will be double the price of what it was available last year.
If that’s what it is, it will receive a major backlash for the huge increase in price, but is likely to enhance Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions, which might be the whole plot and planning. Isn’t it? Currently, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is available in Xbox Live Gold costing $15 for a month.
At present no confirmation has been received from Microsoft and is yet to get verified.
Thus, it brings down to the fact that nothing can be said till the time things are not official. For more updates on the same and more, stay connected.