Microsoft’s Shelves Are Out Of 12-Month Xbox Live Gold Subscription

Microsoft will no longer sell 12-month Xbox Live subscriptions. The codes are still available at third-party retailers, but the option which offer 12-month subscription plan has been delisted. Thus, some people thought it was made by mistake. But Microsoft confirmed the action, probably thinking significantly changing it or completely removing with the arrival of the next-gen.
However, customers can still sign up for a one month or three month Xbox Live Gold subscription online through the Microsoft Store, according to what Microsoft spokesperson told.
There are some theories that, as Xbox enhance the support for Xbox Game Pass and xCloud streaming services, the 12-month subscription service has been delisted from the shelves of Microsoft. Moreover, the xCloud streaming service will be added to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription pack in September with no additional cost.
Intending to start up its next generation with Xbox Series X, Microsoft won’t manufacture the Xbox One X and the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. The standard Xbox One S, which is unique in terms of including Blu-ray drive and higher price, is the only one sticking around at present time.
In a statement Microsoft said that, “If we want to ramp into the future with Xbox Series X, we must make a sacrifice with stopping production of Xbox One S and Xbox One X All-Digital Edition. But Xbox One S will continue to be produced and sold all around the world.

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