All good things must end. Microsoft has confirmed that the PC version of the Game Pass will soon cost $ 9.99 per month instead of $ 4.99 per month. We knew that this price increase was imminent: Game Pass for PC is currently technically in beta, and the Xbox website has long said that $ 4.99 is a “time-limited”. The higher login fees will take effect on September 17, the same day the service becomes “public” and removes its beta label. The new pricing makes sense, given that the console version of the Game Pass ̵
We withdraw the introductory price on the 17th, but if you are already a member, you will pay the same rate in the next payment cycle. seek notification on the 17th for more details
– Xbox Game Pass for PC (@XboxGamePassPC) September 9, 2020
Unlike the console version, however, the Game Pass for PC will soon come with a basic subscription to EA Play. This service usually costs $ 4.99 a month on its own, which can turn down a price increase for a Game Pass for a computer, provided you’re interested in the third-party catalog. Nevertheless, the Game Pass for PC still looks great. After all, there is still a huge library that includes every Xbox Game Studio title on the day it was released. If you have extra money to burn, there’s also Game Pass Ultimate, a $ 14.99-a-month service that combines the console and PC offerings, as well as Xbox Live Gold on the console, EA Play and, as of September 15, xCloud streaming. games on Android phones and tablets.