Collaboration Between Crunchyroll & Xbox Will Bring the Best of Both Worlds
Crunchyroll has teamed up with Xbox for a promo that will surely make PC gamers happy. PC users who are fans of both video games and anime will be pleased to know that the famous anime livestreaming service will be collaborating with Xbox for a special subscription that will feature the best of both worlds.
By trying out the Crunchyroll Premium membership, which includes a 14-day free trial, Xbox users will be given a code for three months of Xbox games on PC at no extra charge.
Crunchyroll does also offer a free livestreaming service, but with several disadvantages. Although more than 30,000 anime episodes are provided for streaming, they will only be available for viewing a week after they are aired in Japan, have a lot of advertisements, and have low resolution. With Crunchyroll Premium, however, there will be no ads and the episodes will be available only an hour after they are aired in Japan, for only $7.99 a month.
Xbox Game Pass for PC, on the other hand, is another subscription service that gives its users access to more than 100 PC games via Windows 10, in addition to a multitude of games from EA Play. Subscribers will just have to download the games that they want to play. It is worth noting that even though expansion and DLC content are still going to be sold at full price, all of the games in the Xbox Game Pass for PC’s game roster will be free following a confirmed subscription.
Crunchyroll users who subscribe to either the 14-day free trial or the normal paid subscription will be provided with a code for three free months of Xbox Game Pass for PC. Sadly, this promo is only accessible to new Xbox Game Pass members and cannot be availed by those who have previously subscribed to the gaming service.