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Get Free Anime Thanks To Xbox Game Pass And Funimation Partnership

The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is already a good deal for its growing free games library and included Xbox Live membership, but now it’s getting even better. Now you can have the power of God and anime on your side (the Vine reference was vital) because Microsoft is offering a two month free subscription to Funimation’s Premium Plus membership with Ultimate. 

Funimation, like CrunchyRoll, is an amazing service that offers streamable anime from an ever-growing library. It’s a great way to get anime cheap on numerous devices while still supporting the creators that make those epic tales. For those that have never checked out services like Funimation, the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate deal is a solid reason to test it out before committing to an annual subscription.

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For those that may not know, the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is slightly more expensive with its $14.99 rate, but it includes not only access to free hit titles as well as day one first-party launches available to play at no additional cost, but also unlimited online access. Xbox Games With Gold is also a monthly deal where members get four free games a month, two from the current gen and two from the previous gen playable through backwards compatibility. Like PS Plus, Xbox Gold also offers daily savings on a wide variety of games to choose from. You can learn more about Xbox Game Pass here. 

So, now you can watch Dragon Ball Z before diving into a game adaptation, because both services are an awesome deal and now you can try out Funimation before you buy. 

No word on if this is a permanent offer or a limited-time only thing, but it seems to be available now according to a recent social post. 

Thoughts on the latest incentive to try out Xbox Game Pass Ultimate? Think we need to use less old and outdated Vines in our coverage (fair)? Sound off with those thoughts in the comment section below! 

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