Xbox Game Pass Users Can Get 30 Days Of Disney Plus For Free
The Xbox Game Pass has done wonders for Xbox users, filling their download queue with enough games to keep them busy until the end of time for a lump sum every month. It’s helped them to get a slight drop on PlayStation, especially with their Series S console offering a budget introduction to the latest generation of consoles and catering to the audience who just want to pick up and play a game for a bit, rather than dissolve into intense narrative-led titles.
And now it looks like they’re going harder on the entertainment side of things, as a new Game Pass Ultimate perk has reared its head to keep users busy.
Xbox Game Pass Offers Free Month Of Disney+
To celebrate the latest time-twisting dip into the MCU in Loki, Xbox Game Pass are offering a month of Disney’s streaming service Disney+ for free. This isn’t the first time Game Pass has collaborated with Game Pass, mind - a similar offer was given out during the holiday period for 30 days of Disney+, and now the offer’s come around again for those who missed out the first time around. They teased that something to do with Loki was coming soon in a cryptic(ish) tweet a few days before this deal has come to light.
They then followed up this tweet with the official announcement, offering fans 30 days for free.
How To Claim Free Disney+ Subscription With Game Pass
To claim your free 30 days of Disney+, you need to be a new customer to the streaming service, however, you can use it on a whole new account if you fancy, and you can still use this offer even if you made use of the offer that was given out last year. You’ll be able to find the offer on the perks gallery on the Xbox gallery. Once you’ve given it a click, it’ll redirect you to the Disney+ website where you can claim the offer until September 30.
The offer is proof that the Xbox Game Pass is one of the best things for a next-gen gamer to have in their arsenal, and with their new stretch into the entertainment space with their Disney+ collab, it looks like it’ll soon be an essential asset for those who own an Xbox console.
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