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Microsoft backtracks on Xbox Live Gold price hike – The Verge

Microsoft has reversed its controversial Xbox Live price increase. The company announced a price hike on Friday that would have doubled the cost of a yearly subscription…

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Free-to-play games will also no longer require a Gold subscription
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge
Microsoft has reversed its controversial Xbox Live price increase. The company announced a price hike on Friday that would have doubled the cost of a yearly subscription to the service, which is required to play games online on Xbox consoles, to $120 for many users. Now, though, Microsoft says the price will stay the same.
Beyond that, Microsoft has decided to bring Xbox Live in line with Sony…

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