The feature has begun rolling out to Windows Insiders.
Microsoft is testing a new feature that will allow you to manage your Xbox subscription through the Settings app in Windows 11.
In a new blog post, Microsoft notes that it has begun rolling out the feature to Windows 11 Insiders. Those with access to the feature will be able to check information and details on their subscriptions to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, PC Game Pass, Xbox Game Pass, or Xbox Live Gold through their settings. Users can check billing recurrence and the type of benefits and perks included in their current Xbox subscription.
A screenshot of the Xbox subscription management tool in Settings. | Image: Microsoft
Microsoft also confirmed that Xbox subscription management will allow users to manage or upgrade their Xbox subscription plan, redeem gift card tokens, and “be up to date on any actions required to continue your subscriptions without disruptions.”
The feature is nothing new; Microsoft released a 365 subscription management experience, offering subscribers similar functionality and valuable information. The feature finally rolling out to the Xbox brand will be useful instead of going on a web browser and signing into your Microsoft account or adjusting your subscription through an Xbox console.
The news comes nearly a month after Microsoft announced that it was testing an Xbox Game Pass widget with Windows Insiders.
Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.