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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Adds One Free Month of Disney +

Xbox announced today that Xbox Game Pass Ultimate now features a free month of Disney +. The free service can be claimed from the Perks Gallery of an Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, or through the Xbox Game Pass app on iOS and Android.

“Starting today, Ultimate members will be able to stream all of the great entertainment available with Disney+, including content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic.” Xbox’s blog post reads. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers who are new to Disney+ will be eligible to claim the 30-day subscription trial Once the Perk is claimed, members will be directed to the Disney+ site activate their subscription.

Players who acquire an Xbox Series X|S can take the best of the new consoles with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, a service that also adds EA Play, and Project xCloud, the streaming platform engineered by Microsoft. The service also offers trials of Spotify Premium, Discord Nitro, Funimation, and Postmates Unlimited.

The head of Xbox, Phil Spencer confirmed recently that the growth of Game Pass is “Completely Sustainable”, players can expect more exciting news like the addition of some Bethesda and id Software games to the service without an increase in the subscription cost.

The team at Xbox also confirmed that Xbox Game Pass is now available in 41 countries around the world, adding up to “millions” of subscribers.

There are now millions of Xbox Game Pass members in 41 countries around the world, and we want to thank you for your continued feedback as we find new ways to add value to the service. From expanding the Xbox Game Pass experience to new platforms like Android mobile devices, to teaming up with Electronic Arts to bring EA Play to our Ultimate and PC members this holiday, to the ongoing work done to ensure our library is full of more than 100 great games to discover – all at no additional cost – we’re using your feedback to continue evolving Xbox Game Pass.

Source: Xbox Wire

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