GameStop pushes pause on unlimited used game rental program

GameStop announced a new rental subscription service last month which would allow subscribers to rent as many used games as they wanted for a six-month period. All they had to do was pay a flat fee for the privilege. GameStop said that it was going to launch the service on November 19th. However, merely days before the service’s launch, GameStop has reportedly decided to pause the launch of the unlimited used game rental service. Kotaku reports that GameStop has told its employees to pull down all promotional material related to the PowerPass subscription program. They’ve been told to store the material in their backrooms until further notice.It’s unclear why GameStop has decided to do this but some store employees suggest that limitations related to the company’s old computers likely caused this.“We have elected to temporarily pause the roll out of the new PowerPass subscription service, based on a few program limitations we have identified. We feel this is the right thing to do for

GameStop pushes pause on unlimited used game rental program

If you were looking forward to becoming one of GameStop's PowerPass subscribers later this month, we have some bad news for you. The service, which was initially going to offer subscribers ...

Tue 14 Nov 17 from Techspot

GameStop Temporarily Halts PowerPass Unlimited Used Games Rental Service

GameStop's upcoming PowerPass used games subscription service hasn't even been officially launched yet, and it has already hit a pothole. PowerPass was first leaked late last month, and allows ...

Tue 14 Nov 17 from HotHardware

GameStop Delays Unlimited Game Rental Service Before Launch

GameStop announced a new rental subscription service last month which would allow subscribers to rent as many used games as they wanted for a six-month period. All they had to do was pay a ...

Tue 14 Nov 17 from Ubergizmo

GameStop’s unlimited used game rental subscription gets shelved before it even started

Last month, GameStop announced a new rental subscription service that would let customers borrow as many used games as they wanted during a six-month period for a flat fee. But according ...

Tue 14 Nov 17 from The Verge

GameStop halts its unlimited used game rental program

Back in October, GameStop announced that it would debut a used game rental service called PowerPass. Interested gamers could pay $60 for six months to have one title out at a time. ...

Tue 14 Nov 17 from Engadget

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