Xbox Head and Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer has suggested that Microsoft will need to raise prices Despite retaining them in recent years, its Xbox products, both consoles and games, and its subscriptions are coming soon.
console currently xbox series x It costs 499.99 euros, while xbox series It can be purchased through the company’s official store Microsoft Store for 299.99 euros.
your subscription service, xbox game passhas different rates: 12.99 euros per month for Ultimate (includes Gold service), 9.99 euros for PC and 9.99 euros for console.
The person in charge of Xbox has commented on how he sees the future of both the consoles and games he develops and his Xbox Game Pass subscription service, and has suggested that he will have to raise the prices of Xbox services, Without detailing who would be susceptible to this growth.
It did so in a presentation entitled ‘Beyond Xbox: The Future of Video Games at Microsoft’, within the framework of WSJ Tech Live, a conference focused on the technology industry, in which it The growth of its cloud services, subscriptions and its plans to acquire Activision Blizzard.
“We’ve kept the price of our consoles, the price of the games … and our subscriptions. I don’t think we can do this forever. According to Tom Warren, senior editor at The Verge, I think at some point we’re going to have to raise some prices on certain things.”
These statements contrast with statements issued late last August, when the company indicated it would keep the price of the Sony-made Xbox console before the rise of the PlayStation 5 (PS5).
The latter announced a final price increase in Europe, the United Kingdom, China, Mexico, Canada, Australia, and eventually Japan in both digital edition consoles and models with Blu-ray support. became effective immediately thereafter.
It should be remembered that Microsoft and the Japanese company He has been in controversy since the beginning of this year.When first announced it had reached an agreement to buy Call of Duty, the publisher and developer of popular video games like Activision Blizzard.
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