Microsoft To Make Changes To Xbox Game Pass Tiers Because Of Call Of Duty, It's Claimed

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Microsoft To Make Changes To Xbox Game Pass Tiers Because Of Call Of Duty, It's Claimed

With the reports circulating that Microsoft is set to put Call of Duty Black Ops 6 onto Xbox Game Pass at launch, the company appears to ready to make changes to the services tiers as well. According to multiple insiders, Xbox Game Pass is set to receive changes to its tiers due to the addition of Call of Duty.

“We can assure you that changes are coming to the Xbox Game Pass Tiers mainly due to Call Of Duty,” Insider eXtas1stv posted on Twitter. “There are still things to confirm, but I hope to report back soon.”

This was then followed up by Shinobi602 on Reset Era saying, “There will be changes, yes”.

Whether that means price changes or simply adding another premium tier remains to be seen. But it seems clear that more changes are in store for Xbox Game Pass. Currently, the service has three total plans. There’s Xbox Game Pass Core for console that replaced Xbox Live Gold for $9.99/month, Game Pass PC for $9.99/month, and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate that covers both console and PC for $16.99/month.

Flizzyy has reached out to Microsoft for comment on these reports. Should a response be received, this story will be updated accordingly.


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