The Power Pass subscription model offers unlimited gaming for six months for $60

Video game retailer GameStop is offering a new service for gamers to combat the rise in digital sales. Power Pass lets customers rent and play a used game, then return it and check out a different one as often as they want.

It offers unlimited gaming for six months at a cost of $60, which is equivalent to one new game. Gamers can choose any pre-owned game to play, across all consoles, from classic titles to the latest hits. They can swap as often as they like and get to keep the last one they pick. Gamers interested in checking out the Power Pass can sign up starting on November 19.

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Video game retailer GameStop is offering a new service for gamers to combat the rise in digital sales. Power Pass lets customers rent and play a used game, then return it and check out a different one as often as they want.

It offers unlimited gaming for six months at a cost of $60, which is equivalent to one new game. Gamers can choose any pre-owned game to play, across all consoles, from classic titles to the latest hits. They can swap as often as they like and get to keep the last one they pick. Gamers interested in checking out the Power Pass can sign up starting on November 19.