Microsoft has shortened its Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and PC Game Pass trials from $1 to only 14 days instead of a month, just a few weeks before the release of star field. After running for years, the $1 trial for new Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers was halted in March before returning last month after Microsoft adjusted the price of Xbox Game Pass.
Testing has typically offered new Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and PC Game Pass subscribers a month of access to the subscription services for just $1, but Microsoft has now tweaked both this week to move them to just 14 days just weeks earlier. of star field‘s release on September 6.
Microsoft previously halted its testing of Xbox Game Pass because the company was “evaluating different marketing promotions for new members in the future.” We eventually saw a new Game Pass referral program appear in May that lets you invite PC friends to try PC Game Pass for 14 days. This will be useful for sharing tests with PC friends who want to start next month with star field — Bethesda’s first new IP in 25 years, which has been described as “skyrim in the space.”