The dawn of games as physical media is upon us. Apologies to those who like the slick feel of these fragile little discs, but that’s a good thing. You might pay a little more for your console’s subscription plan, but in return you get access to perks that include a virtual warehouse of games.
With a two-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you can access hundreds of games (including some true classics) for just $8.99.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: One pass to rule them all
If you’ve somehow played without Game Pass, brace yourself for some big changes. There are a few subscription plans available on Xbox and it can be difficult for newbies to tell the difference between them.
The most important thing you need to know is that the Game Pass Ultimate combines the benefits of all other Xbox plans. And it can make your gaming experience really immersive.
First of all, the plan includes Xbox Live Gold, which means access to online gaming with the community of gamers on the most advanced online console multiplayer network. This is an absolute must for top games like rocket league or Sea of Thieves.
You also get access to EA Play at no additional cost. This allows you to open the vault to some of Electronic Arts’ best titles and enjoy exclusive member rewards and content.
More loot than you can handle
Game Pass Ultimate gives you over 100 high-quality games to play anytime on Xbox. Some recent games on the list include hits like Monster Hunter Rise, Mortal Kombat 11 and Halo infinity. Also, this list of hot titles will grow as the service keeps adding new games.
And thanks to Xbox Cloud Gaming, you can play some of them on devices other than your console — like your smartphone, tablet, and PC — wherever you want. Game Pass Ultimate gives you the most bang for your buck as members also get first glimpses of upcoming games, exclusive in-game content and a host of other perks.
Save on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
Play like never before with a subscription for your Xbox. Get the two-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription now for $8.99 (usually $29.99).
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