Call of Duty Black Ops 6 – level 3

14-06-2024 07:00

Microsoft has announced that the latest Call of Duty game, Black Ops 6, will be available on Game Pass upon its release in October.

This means players will need a monthly subscription rather than paying an upfront fee. While Microsoft has previously made games available to Game Pass subscribers on launch day, this is the first time a franchise as significant as Call of Duty, which has 25 million monthly players and over 425 million lifetime sales, is included.

Putting the game on Game Pass could completely change game releases. It mirrors the change we see in the film and music industries towards subscription models. Microsoft expects to benefit from ongoing monetization opportunities within the game, such as in-game purchases. The gaming industry might not entirely replace sales with subscriptions but will use them to reach larger audiences and monetize them continuously.

Difficult words: franchise (a series of related products), monetization (earning money from something), monetize (to earn money from something).

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