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If you've been thinking about trying out Xbox's subscription gaming service Game Pass, now is a great time to get started: Stack Social is offering a deal to get one month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate access for Xbox consoles, PCs, and mobile devices for just $10 -- down from its usual price of $17.
Game Pass Ultimate gives you the ability to play over 100 games across both PC and Xbox consoles, including popular titles like Starfield, Forza Motorsport, Grand Theft Auto, Gears of War, Halo, and many more. New games are added all the time, including Xbox Game Studios titles the day they release.
The catch is that if you don't want to become a regular subscriber and pay $17 a month after you're first discounted month, you'll have to cancel your subscription within your Microsoft account before it auto-renews at the end of the month.