A GameStop representative confirmed all of the advertisement's information to Digital Trends, and added that customers will be able to gift a PowerPass subscription to a friend, as well. The only slight caveat is that you're restricted to renting one at a time.
Here are 5 things you need to know about GameStop PowerPass. Likewise, you can only rent what's available in your local GameStop stores.
Gamers can pop into any location, take home a pre-owned game and then simply exchange it for a new one when they're finished with it.
Retailer GameStop has sort of just become a Blockbuster for games. Here is something exciting; the members would get to keep the last game that they checked out.
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While this seems like a great deal on paper, a lot will depend on the stock levels for the newer games. So, if you really like Call of Duty: WW2, you can keep it and not feel like you wasted any money.
The GameStop PowerPass price is $60 for six months. All of the details offered up by that ad are legitimate: the service will cost $60 for a 6-month subscription, working out to $10 per month. You will also be unable to choose from a store's online catalog and must pick a game off of the shelves. That's the store's loyalty program. The basic, free membership should be adequate for taking advantage of Power Pass, but you can get extra benefits for either $14.99 or $29.99 per year. We do, however, highly recommend such an account, as it includes a free subscription to Game Informer.
Even if you're a more casual player, this still sounds like an excellent service.
This is an interesting move from GameStop, as it emulates rental services like GameFly.