Xbox Game Pass has long been known for its affordability, in addition to hundreds of high-quality games. Microsoft previously offered a month-long trial for $1 to bring more users to the subscription service.
However, this offer was officially canceled in late March, with Microsoft claiming that it would look into more offers for its users. Over three months later, the $1 trial for Xbox Game Pass appears to have returned.
Why it matters: With games like Starfield coming up, many users are likely to utilize the trial. This might also encourage them to subscribe after the initial trial period is over.
As seen above, the Xbox website shows that users can get a massive discount on the first month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and PC for just $1. Following the trial, subsequent months will cost standard prices, which have also seen a slight increase recently.
This may be a mistake on Microsoft’s part since the company did not confirm that it would bring the trial back. Instead, Microsoft was more interested in bringing new promotions to users.
Therefore, the offer may have been put up temporarily, and users looking to try the massive library of Game Pass should hurry up to subscribe at the incredible price of just $1.
In addition to the already impressive games on the subscription, GTA 5 returned to Game Pass earlier this week. The recently released Need For Speed Unbound was also added to the service last month for Ultimate subscribers.
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