With Xbox Live Gold dropping its free-to-play paywall, Microsoft’s online gaming subscription has seen some big changes. Here’s what Xbox Live Gold has to offer in 2022, what’s new, and whether it’s right for you.
Unlock multiplayer for all your games. Play against other players or do some online co-op. Plus you'll get at least two games a month you can download for free. Get exclusive discounts on other games you might be interested in.
If you are looking to sign up for Microsoft's Xbox Live subscription service and want to find a deal on it, here's where to look. We've rounded up all the best discounts and price drops you can buy right now!
The controversial Games with Gold perk included in Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate has revealed its upcoming selection for June 2021. Other than the Xbox 360 backward compatible version of Injustice: Gods Among Us, this month's Xbox Games with Gold continues to disappoint many Xbox gamers.
Microsoft has some big changes around the corner for Xbox Live and its Xbox Live Gold subscription. Here’s what it means for free-to-play Xbox games, the current state of pricing, and when you expect the shake up.
Microsoft is currently testing dropping Xbox Live Gold requirements for free-to-play games in the Xbox Insider program. There are some notable exceptions, right now, including Destiny 2 and Call of Duty: Warzone, that still need Xbox Live Gold. This should be fixed in a future update.
Over the past few weeks, speculation has abounded that Xbox Live Gold was going away or being changed. We've reached out to Microsoft for comment and at least right now, the answer is no: Xbox Live Gold isn't changing.
Today, Microsoft announced August 2020's free Games with Gold for Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners. Starting on August 1, Portal Knights and MX Unleashed will be free with the subscription. Then, on August 16, Red Faction II and Override: Mech City Brawl can be downloaded at no cost.
Xbox Live Gold costs around $60 annually, giving users access to multiplayer matches on Xbox consoles. In a world of free to play and PC dominance, is this aging institution ready for the chopping block?