The best-selling Xbox One game, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, costs a whopping $60 when purchased from Xbox Live, a subscription to Xbox Live Gold.
The Xbox One S, meanwhile, costs $60 to download, $40 for Xbox Live credit and $30 for Xbox Pay.
So how much more is Xbox One X and Xbox One Pro?
Well, for a few of you, the Xbox One line of games are going to look like this:Call of Duty Black Ops 4: Black Flag – $60 Call of Heroes: Blackout – $40 Call of Juarez: The Cartel – $20, $20 with Xbox Live discount (plus $10 Xbox Pay)Destiny: Rise of Iron – $50Destiny 2 – $35, $30 with Xbox Pay (plus Xbox Live bonus)Call of JuazHalo 5: Guardians – $10, $10 with Xbox Play Anywhere (plus Halo 5 bonus)The difference between the two games?
$15 to $20 per month for Xbox One, $50 to $100 for Xbox Play anywhere, and a whopping 20 percent extra for Xbox.
For the sake of comparison, the PlayStation 4 costs $70 to download and $40 to download for Xbox, and the PlayStation 5 costs $100 to download (plus PlayStation Plus) for Xbox and PlayStation 4.
But what about Xbox One’s price tag?
That’s what we’ll have to find out over the coming weeks and months.
In the meantime, it’s worth taking a look at what Xbox One does differently than its competitors, and how its games compare to the Xbox PlayAnywhere model.
Microsoft’s Xbox One console will launch with an Xbox One Play Anyplace subscription model, where users can play all of their Xbox games on their Xbox One and save them for later.
But the console will also include the Xbox Music Store, where you can stream your music on Xbox One to other devices.
There are two ways you can access your music: by playing the music on the console, or through an app.
You can play your music from your music collection on the Xbox, or on any connected device.
Here’s how to find and play your Xbox Music collection:Xbox One’s music library will look like the one above, with the Xbox app.
But here’s what you’ll notice:While Xbox One will come with a Music Library, you can also download music to your Xbox One for offline use, which you can use to watch TV, listen to podcasts, listen online or even play music in the background.
For those with streaming music services, you’ll find an option for the “Play on your TV” feature in the Xbox Settings app.
When you click this option, the console’s Xbox Music app will open, and you’ll be able to play the music from that source on your Xbox.
And when you’re watching a show, the app will display the channel’s metadata on the left side of the screen.
PlayStation 4 owners will find a new feature called Music Stash, which lets you listen to music in your PS4 and watch movies and TV shows on the PS4’s cloud.
The feature isn’t available on Xbox Live’s subscription model.
Here are the games that Xbox One offers on its subscription model:Call Of Duty Black Out (XB1) – $30 Call of Champions: Warzone (XBA) – FreeCall of Heroes 2 (XBLA) – FREECall of Fiys: War of the Gods (XBF) -freeCall of War: Blackouts (XBO) -$25 Halo 5: Forge (XBI) -FreeHalo 4: Spartan Ops (XBW) -FREECall of Juke (XJA) -No pricing information yet.
Destiny 4 (XBD) – freeFor those who already own a PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC, there’s a small amount of extra content available for them to download.
For instance, if you own a PS4 Pro, you will get the ability to play multiplayer online with friends and friends who own a console will have access to this content.
But for the rest of you that haven’t upgraded, this content is also free.
Xbox One Pro owners can get exclusive content, but this will vary based on your platform and platform model.
For example, on Xbox, Xbox Live Arcade is $20 and PS Plus is $30, which means you’ll need to pay $60 for the PS Plus subscription if you want to play PS Plus games on Xbox.
On PS4, PS Plus costs $50 and $70, respectively, so the difference between this and the Xbox Live subscriptions is $10.
For example, the $10 difference is worth it if you don’t already own an Xbox, but if you have an Xbox Plus, it might be worth it to get the full Xbox Play anywhere option