GameStop PowerPass unlimited games rental service has been delayed

GameStop PowerPass unlimited games rental service has been delayed

GameStop PowerPass unlimited games rental service has been delayed

Those who already subscribed to the service will be refunded.

In a statement provided to GameSpot, the retailer said it made a decision to "temporarily pause" the launch of the subscription service due to "a few program limitations" that GameStop discovered. You could only take one game out at a time before returning it to swap it for another. Now it's just a question of whether GameStop will upgrade its system, alter PowerPass to work with it, or just scrap the game-lending service entirely.

Syrian drone intercepted after approaching Israeli airspace
The idea of temporary separation is to have these factions stop the fighting and later negotiate a final solution. This is why recent Israeli threats have been directed against Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria.

2 models of fidget spinners recalled due to high levels of lead
Lab reports found two fidget spinners contained high levels of lead, well over the federal legal limit of 100 parts per million . PIRG Education Fund, according to a press release that went along with the release of the report.

Twitter pauses verifications after verifying Charlottesville organizer
Verification was meant to authenticate identity & voice but it is interpreted as an endorsement or an indicator of importance. The platform appears not to distinguish between the nature or content shared by verified accounts.

With PowerPass, subscribers would be able to rent an unlimited number of used games from the retailer, essentially making it an alternative to the local library and things like GameFly. Speaking to Kotaku, GameStop employees claimed they were instructed to remove in-store signs and materials advertising the service.

GameStop's upcoming PowerPass used games subscription service hasn't even been officially launched yet, and it has already hit a pothole. GameStop said that it was going to launch the service on November 19th. "We feel this is the right thing to do for now to ensure we are able to provide our guests an exceptional service", GameStop told Kotaku. If unfamiliar, this program would cost $60 and would allow customers to rent as many used games as they would like within a six-month span, with customers getting to choose one of the games they rented to keep permanently, at the end of the subscription. Instead, the company said that "program limitations" is what caused the sudden stop in the service. This could mean that PowerPass might make a comeback down the line, if GameStop fixes whatever issues they uncovered. Some GameStop employees told Kotaku they suspected it was a result of some of the chain's 7,000 stores having old computers.

Related news

[an error occurred while processing the directive]