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Do you think Microsoft will still charge for Xbox Live Gold on the Next Xbox?

#31grizzmoePosted 1/30/2013 6:34:47 AM
i know microsoft will still charge for live i just hope they make free accounts a little less restricted, i mean i pay for internet so things like youtube app and hbo go (another service im already paying for) should be free, with more things allowing free internet access and rumors of valve joining the console war theyre gonna have to loosen their purse strings a little bit
#322NIKNIMPosted 1/30/2013 7:38:41 AM
They will still charge for live and the price will rise, albeit with inflation and not as a hike.
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#33este914Posted 1/30/2013 7:39:58 AM
Yes, and Microsoft will raise the cost of a yearly Gold subscription

As their 'cost of living' expense. You know.
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#34richboy900Posted 1/30/2013 8:30:02 AM
I'd imagine they'll still charge (hopefully the same price) for live. I'd be delighted if it was free but if it got as bad as psn because of that I'd rather pay up.
#359-Tail-FoXXPosted 1/30/2013 8:40:31 AM
I hope they raise it...Cause its already amazing...60$ plus if U look around U can get it for 40 or even less...I just hope they always keep charging in that way I know the service will remain being amazing...good example of free trash is PSN
#36roddairPosted 1/30/2013 8:52:34 AM
9-Tail-FoXX posted...
I hope they raise it...Cause its already amazing...60$ plus if U look around U can get it for 40 or even less...I just hope they always keep charging in that way I know the service will remain being amazing...good example of free trash is PSN


lol

http://www.destructoid.com/plus-points-sony-s-ps-plus-humiliates-the-game-industry-243470.phtml
#37jorgestevensonPosted 1/30/2013 10:36:51 AM
I would say that they couldn't get away with charging for online next generation, but their only competitors are Sony and Nintendo, both of whom have been attrocious in this area. I would say that there is no way that Sony goes into next gen without a robust, creative, and thorough online experience for free, but then again it is Sony so they will likely trip over their own feet. It sounds like Nintendo already dropped the ball in terms of a robust online experience.