Microsoft revealed a new deal that is offering the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at a heavily discounted price. For a limited time only, Xbox One and PC players can grab a subscription of the service for only $2 for two months.
This deal is an extension of the $1 for one month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription that has been going on for a couple of months now. It is worth knowing that a standard subscription is $15 a month, or $30 for two months, which means that players would be able to save $28 for two-month access to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
To those unaware, the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate service combines the Xbox Game Pass (including the PC version released last June) with Xbox Live Gold into a single package, including any remaining months left with the old services, but will be limited to a maximum of 36 months. It is worth remembering that the 2 months for $2 deal is only available to new Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers.
For players who are new to Microsoft's software subscriptions, the Xbox Live Gold is required to play and access most multiplayer games. The service also offers 2-4 free games per month. The Xbox Game Pass, on the other hand, is a Netflix-styled game service that is constantly being updated with new games on a monthly basis.
During Gamescom 2019, Microsoft revealed Devil May Cry 5 (Xbox One), Age of Empires: Definitive Edition (PC) and Stellaris (Xbox One, soon to PC) are the latest games to join Xbox Game Pass. Other titles such as Ape Out (PC), Kingdom Come Deliverance (Xbox One and PC), Bard's Tale IV: Directors Cut (Xbox One and PC), and many others will be rolled out to the service until the first week of September.
While the Microsoft Store did not reveal an exact date as to when the deal ends, it is indicated that it will only be available for 29 days starting today, so it is best to avail this offer before September 19. Purchase the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate 2-month subscription for $2 here.