Grand Theft Auto Creators aren’t convinced on Xbox next gen game subscription plan.

The next generation of Xbox, including the Xbox Series X and Series S, is going all-in on subscriptions and payment plans.

with both Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox All Access providing customers with over a hundred games, and potentially a whole new console, for a nominal fee each month.

Xbox’s revenue is on the rise, and many developers seem very happy with the deals they’ve made with Microsoft, but not everyone is convinced.

Speaking to Barron’s for a piece about Microsoft’s strategy with the next Xbox models, Strauss Zelnick, who is the CEO of Take-Two Interactive Software (the parent company that owns Grand Theft Auto V developer Rockstar Games), has expressed some caution towards this strategy.

“I think it may be somewhat hard to do in the interactive entertainment business,”

Strauss Zelnick, who is the CEO of Take-Two Interactive Software (the parent company that owns Grand Theft Auto V developer Rockstar Games)

“It’s not clear that it would be a great deal to spend $35 a month to have one of the two platforms, even with a good deal of content,”

Strauss Zelnick, who is the CEO of Take-Two Interactive Software (the parent company that owns Grand Theft Auto V developer Rockstar Games)

.judging by Zelnick’s comments it’s unlikely that their games will join a service like Game Pass long-term.

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