That’s a jump of 5 million in just six months. And the numbers are expected to skyrocket even after the acquisition of Bethesda.
In April this year, Microsoft proudly announced that their subscription service is Xbox Game Pass has crossed the dream limit of 10 million users. Well, according to the latest reports, they’ve managed to achieve another 50% growth in less than half a year, with more than 15 million now spinning the ever-changing offerings of the Xbox Game Pass.
Certainly, the game streaming service included in the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, ie xCloud, and its news may have prompted players to subscribe, it turned out that EA Play (formerly known as EA Access) will also be part of the console and PC -s Xbox Game Pass. The Xbox Game Pass is intended by Microsoft to be the driving force behind the diskless Xbox Series S consoles that will be released on November 10, and there don’t seem to have been any bad horse with these plans at all.
The acquisition of ZeniMax Medi, including Bethesda Softworks, Bethesda Game Studios, id Software, ZeniMax Online Studios, Arkane, MachineGames, Tango Gameworks, Alpha Dog, and Roundhouse Studios, could be another argument for the Xbox. In addition to a Game Pass subscription, as games from these studios will also be included in the system, and new titles will be available within the Xbox Game Pass from the day they are released, including Starfield.