Xbox is offering a free subscription that Marvel fans will love.
Microsoft has teamed up with Marvel to make the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate even bigger, with a free three-month pass for Marvel Unlimited.
This will give gamers access to more than 29,000 Marvel digital comics including Spider-Man, Avengers, X-Men, Iron Man and Daredevil to name a few.
So if you’re a new or existing member of the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you can get Marvel Unlimited for free.
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The subscription usually costs $9.99/£9.00 per month, so this gives fans the chance to test out the service and see if they want to stick with it.
Marvel Unlimited adds new comics three months after its publication date, that can be read on a browser or via the mobile app, so you can read the latest editions ahead of their live-action adaptions.
This includes Moon Knight, which is heading to Disney Plus later this month with Oscar Isaac starring in the leading role of the six-part series.
The trailer for the pass features animated panels from comics, alongside gameplay clips from Marvel’s Avengers, which is also included in Xbox Game Pass.
Plus as you’re signing up to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, this will also give you access to more than 100 games.
This includes the likes of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, as well as free games every month and savings of up to 50 percent in the Xbox store.
The Marvel Unlimited offer is available until 31 May and can be claimed via the Xbox Perks Gallery via an Xbox console or Xbox app on mobile or PC.
The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is priced at $14.99/£10.99 per month and you can sign up to it at xbox.com.
Marvel’s Oscar Isaac speaks out against Disney
Isaac – who had a major role in the latest Star Wars trilogy and is set to make his Marvel debut with Moon Knight – is the latest star to speak out about Disney’s delay in condemning the legislation.
In an interview with Variety he openly criticised Disney’s response to the “absolutely ridiculous” bill.
“I guess my comment would be: gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gayyyyyy!” Isaac said, breaking into song.
He continued: “It’s insane. It’s insanity. And I hope that Disney as a company comes out as forcefully as possible against this idea.
“It’s astounding that it even exists in this country.”
Disney has faced fierce backlash for its response to the bill, which would ban the discussion of LGBT+ identities in Florida classrooms.