Can you share Game Pass? Well, yes – Microsoft finally added the feature.
The best game offer just got better. Game Pass is already a marvel, especially when you use the official loophole to basically get it for just 1 dollar. Now the greatness of Game Pass has gotten even better: the service is now officially shareable, meaning your friends and family can all use the same account to play games simultaneously.
How to share Game Pass
Finally, Game Pass is shareable, just like officially confirmed by Xbox Wire. It will be as easy as subscribing to the family service on any other streaming platform: it just costs a little more, but you get 4 slots to assign to your friends and family. To put some numbers on this: The family plan will likely cost $25, which, if divided by the 5 people who can use it, comes to just $5 per month. It’s incredibly cheap.
Of course, your existing Game Pass subscription will not be lost: 1 month of Game Pass Ultimate will convert to 18 days of Game Pass Family – which isn’t the official name, but I’m using it for now.
The Game Pass family plan is not yet available – the feature is currently being tested on Xbox Insiders in Ireland and Colombiafor random reasons, and will likely roll out elsewhere later this year.