Fans go wild when super-cheap, must-buy Xbox accessories are scrapped

XBOX recently increased its prices, and a fan-favorite offering is now gone for good.

The company has already raised prices for its consoles in some regions.

Xbox Game Pass price increases.


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It also announced that many of its first-party games, like Redfall and Starfield, will be more expensive than previous games.

The latest announcement concerns one of Xbox’s most popular products, Xbox Game Pass.

Game Pass is a subscription service that allows its subscribers to download and play a huge library of games.

Even better than that, there was a special offer that allowed people to buy a monthly subscription for just £1 ($1).

Most people know that new subscribers can get their first month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for this low price.

Ultimate is Xbox’s highest subscription tier, giving access to Xbox Gold, console and PC games.

However, if customers hadn’t subscribed to Game Pass for a long time, they could still redeem the great-value offer.

Going forward, this offer appears to no longer be available for Xbox players.

A statement released by Xbox reads: “We have discontinued our previous Xbox Game Pass Ultimate introductory offer.

“[We] are looking into various marketing campaigns for new members in the future.”

While Xbox has announced that there will be new offerings for the service, there has been no word on what that offering might look like.

It will be a hit with Xbox fans who have enjoyed the offering as an affordable version of what can be a very expensive hobby.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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