Microsoft has outlined a clear and straightforward strategy for the Xbox business: everything revolves around GamePass. To effectively compete for the leisure time of potential customers against various services, the emphasis is on expanding the options within their own product. Consequently, the company is primarily dedicated to the digital format, a fact well-understood by retailers.
According to a rumor, Walmart is reportedly set to remove Starfield from its shelves in the coming days, drastically reducing the price of Bethesda’s title to 3 cents. This action could mark the beginning of a trend affecting other physical Xbox games:
I saw this memo earlier as well (not through these same exact screenshots) – Walmart will prep to remove Starfield Xbox physical copies from their stores but you could get very lucky and get it for 3 cents on Monday (the memo says the system will block the purchase) https://t.co/LUBIq0sbaq
— Wario64 (@Wario64) January 19, 2024
If you are lucky enough -and rumor comes true- a great game could be yours for a ridiculous price at Walmart.