Microsoft’s Game Pass Will Let You Share Your Subscription With Friends
Microsoft’s Game Pass is a subscription service that provides access to a library of popular Xbox and PC games at a fixed monthly price. While other streaming services are cramping down on sharing the same plan, Microsoft is just starting with sharing.
Following a few leaks, Microsoft has officially revealed its “Game Pass Friends & Family” plan. It’s only available in Colombia and Ireland right now, but the company says “future countries/regions might be added in the next months.” In Ireland, the service costs €21.99 per month, compared to €9.99/mo for individual Xbox/PC plans and €12.99/mo for Game Pass Ultimate.
The Friends & Family plan allows one person to share access to Game Pass with four other people (five members in total), which seems like a fantastic deal — based on the Ireland pricing, it’s cheaper than two individual Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions. The plan has the same benefits as Ultimate, which means you can play any Xbox or PC game in the catalog, download titles from EA Play (a similar subscription from Electronic Arts), and stream Xbox games on your mobile device or browser.
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