- Jun 19, 2004
Thank you for correcting my auto correct it's appreciated. Your point makes no sense. If you are renting an apartment no matter how long you pay you don't own anything and could be taken from you at the owners whim. Purchasing a condo means you own it and as long the mortgage and taxes are paid no one takes it away from you. Game pass can't be a 'rental' service if you can buy any title on the service with a discount.The word you are looking for is "knowledgeable".
The option to purchase something you are currently renting is nothing new, and doesn't make the rental anything other than a rental.
You are renting your access to the library, and have the option to buy individual games at a discount.
Did you understand?
You might not know this but if you buy a game on Gamepass even if it leaves the service you can keep the title. That is NOT the definition of rental. It gets compared to Netflix but you can't purchase the movies you like from Netflix. That means Netflix IS a rental service. Maybe you got confused.