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Xbox Game Pass would be preparing a family plan for up to five people

Good luck to the players microsoft would have planned to innovate and launch an Xbox Game Pass family subscription plansimilar to Nintendo or other streaming platforms like Spotify, Netflix and more.

In accordance with Windows Center, This initiative has been in the plans for a long time, and although it does not yet have a release date, as it has not been officially announced by Xbox, the family subscription will be for up to five people.

Because it remains a leak, it is unknown if the shared plan will respect all the modalities of the individual Game Pass, that is, that it can be played on console, PC or even on the cell phone as there are video games in the cloud. Still, it is estimated that its cost will be more profitable than in five independent subscriptions.

The future movement of the company had already been expected for a long time, since it could not be left behind with respect to other subscription platforms. Despite the excitement, Xbox does not make the official announcement with all the details; The aforementioned medium said that it could be the revelation this year.

Xbox GamePass It is a monthly subscription scheme that players can join regardless of whether they have a console of the brand, since in the catalog of more than 100 video games there are options to play from PC or mobile phone. Monthly it adds new titles and offers different benefits, depending on the selected modality.

The latest games added in the month of March were: Shredders, The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos, Tainted Grail: Conquest, Zero Escape: The Nonary Games, Norco, F1 2021 and Crusaders Kings III, Weird West.

XBox and Gamers Outreach released documentary

Gamers Outreach and Xbox They have published the new documentary, “A Player Like Me”, which tells the story of Jordan, a 14-year-old boy from Atlanta, GA who lives with an extremely rare variant of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and has spent most of his childhood in hospitals and physical therapy. Jordan had never met anyone with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, but everything changed the day he met Megan, who lives in Scotland, playing Forza Horizon 5 on Xbox.

“A Player Like Me” is part of “Beyond Xbox: Therapeutic Play”an initiative of Gamers Outreach and Xbox that aims to make visible the benefits of video games as an aid to facilitate the recovery of children who have to spend long periods in the hospital. The documentary aims to show how video games can help children in hospitals, providing them with a way to play and connect with their friends and family.

Jordan and Megan on the experience of meeting:

“It was very nice to talk to someone who understands it (Ehlers-Danlos syndrome). It didn’t matter that Jordan and I were different ages or lived in different countries, we could see each other in each other’s experiences.” – Megan, Scotland.

“I was shocked when I found out that Megan had Ehlers-Danlos. One of the things I took away from the conversation with Megan is that if I’m passionate about doing something, I shouldn’t ignore it just because it seems impossible.” – Jordan.

To read more about the collaboration between Gamers Outreach and Xbox here. Microsoft Stories has also shared more information about Jordan and Megan’s new friendship.



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