Information made available to a French consumer site has revealed what seems to be the new U.S. pricing bundles for Xbox Live on the Xbox 360 console. Featuring what appears to be genuine box art, five different bundles are listed at various prices.
The 12 Month Premium Gold Pack listed on the site includes a 12 month Xbox Live subscription, an Xbox Live headset, a $20 money off coupon for Xbox 360 games, 200 points for the Xbox Live marketplace and access to the Xbox Live Arcade game Billiards. This is the most expensive of the five bundles, with a quoted price of $69.99.
A 3 month version of the Premium Gold Pack, costing $39.99 is also to be made available, with a headset, $10 coupon, 100 Xbox Live marketplace points and the Xbox Live Arcade game Joust.
Three variations of the existing Xbox Live subscription card are also detailed, with the most expensive being the $59.99 12 Month Gold Card, which gives 12 months of Xbox Live access, albeit at $10 more than the equivalent card for the original Xbox console. A $19.99 12 Month Gold Card and $7.99 1 Month Gold Card are also scheduled.
As previously detailed by Microsoft, an Xbox Live Silver subscription is available free to all Xbox 360 owners, but only allows them to log on to the service to use the marketplace and chat functions, with an Xbox Live Gold account needed to actually play games online. Microsoft has not yet officially confirmed pricing for its Xbox Live 360 subscriptions.