Study Shows Xbox Game Pass Helps Europeans Stay Connected

Xbox recently conducted a study to determine how Xbox Game Pass helps gamers across Europe stay connected. Based on responses from 14,000 people that were surveyed, 53% of European gamers played multiplayer online titles at least once a week.

The research also shows that Xbox Game Pass members prefer to have a shared library of games. The survey indicates the subscription service’s users are significantly more likely to play multiplayer games online. They also are more likely to play games online with both family and friends.

“This research has been fascinating for me to see how gamers in Europe use and view subscription services,” writes Xbox Gaming Director Ryan Cameron. “And personally, it inspires me to see how Xbox Game Pass plays a valuable role for so many people across Europe who use gaming to connect with family and friends. I can’t wait for more people to experience Xbox Game Pass for themselves and to see how gamers continue to use this service in the future to connect.”

(All information was provided by Xbox)

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