Skip to content

GameStop’s unlimited used game rental subscription gets shelved before it even started

Last month, GameStop announced a new rental subscription service that would let customers borrow as many used games as they wanted during a six-month period for a flat fee. But according to a report from Kotaku, just days before the service’s full launch on November 19th, GameStop has decided to “temporarily pause” the roll out of the new service.

The company hasn’t offered an explanation as to why its decided to halt the program, instead citing “program limitations” that necessitated the abrupt stop. According to Kotaku, GameStop sources claim that the issue lies in the company’s point-of-sale system, which apparently isn’t able to handle the new…

Continue reading…

from The Verge – All Posts