While the Xbox Game Pass is growing rapidly, each subscription is currently associated with a single Microsoft account, and most often with a single console. While there is an account sharing solution that lets you use a single subscription on two consoles, Xbox does not yet offer a family subscription for an entire household. This type of service enables several members of the same household to have the same content and benefits on several devices at the same time for an extra charge of a few dollars. There are already several examples on the Spotify side for music, Netflix for films and series, or even Nintendo for video games.
A multiple Xbox console owner raised the issue with Phil Spencer on Twitter and asked him if this type of subscription to Xbox Game Pass was being considered and the Xbox number 1 didn’t fail to respond.
We have. We would like to do that. There is a home console feature for a console household, but for multiple family members with consoles, a family plan would help. Really appreciate the feedback.
– Phil Spencer (@ XboxP3) December 9, 2020
If Phil Spencer’s answer doesn’t formalize the arrival of a family formula for Xbox Game Pass, the door appears to be open on the Xbox side with a desire to offer this type of service in the future.