Microsoft stops selling 12-month subscriptions to Xbox Live Gold

Microsoft has quietly stopped selling 12-month subscriptions to Xbox Live Gold, hinting at something in the works for the service following the announcement of bundling Project xCloud to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

The Microsoft Store for the Xbox One is now only selling one-month and three-month subscriptions to Xbox Live Gold, which enables online multiplayer capabilities and offers free games to download every month.

Microsoft did not provide an explanation on the sudden removal of the 12-month Xbox Live Gold subscription, but it interestingly follows Xbox chief Phil Spencer’s announcement that Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members, paying $15 per month, will we able to access the Project xCloud game streaming service at no extra cost starting in September. An Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription also includes unlimited access to a gaming library, and all the benefits of Xbox Live Gold.


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