Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) a few days back adopted the subscription service bandwagon after it made public the Xbox Game Pass. With $10 every one month, all the Xbox One subscribers would gain full access to the 100 Xbox One as well as to the backward compatible Xbox 360 games.
There has been a lot of speculation and high talk in different parts of the world with quite large percentage of people prodding over exactly what were the accrued benefits that came with the new high end service.
The ability to download the full game directly to the Xbox One console is beyond any cloud of doubt one of the most remarkable features that come with the service. It is a great thing that players can now get to enjoy every title without having to harbor any worries associated with internet connectivity issues.
The new service is also at the same time a major gate-pass to get different the players around the globe to purchase the game at some attractive percentage and this is a great opportunity to say the least.
But a consideration at the flip-side reveals that the titles associated with service on a monthly basis gets cycled in and out. There is thus a limitation set fourth in terms of the selection as well as in the popularity of the overall service.
According to the company’s analysts, the Game Pass will not be in a position to appeal to each and every person. There never new releases when it comes to the Xbox Game Pass. That definitely points to the fact that there are very few or even next to none in terms of those services that are in a position to let users only spend $10 on a monthly basis and that is quite an attractive offer to any user.
In as much as there is quite limited information in regards to the available information in terms of how much Microsoft has held negotiations with the various publishers, there is no way they are going to stoop as low as having to sell he new release for as little as $10.