EB Games transforms its used game stocks into a massive lending library
With administer downloads and other digital purchases growing in popularity still among console gamers, brick-and-mortar game retailers are looking for new ways to stay relevant fine into the future. To that end, GameStop-owned EB Games Australia is conducting an engaging experiment that essentially turns its shelves unabridged of used games into a massive lending lib for a flat, monthly fee.
As Press Dawning reports, EB Games has opened up the "Swap 'n' Play" programme for testing in South Australia for AUS$19.95 a month (about $16). The program lets you takings out any used game you want, one at a time, then give back it in alternate for another when you're done. Players can cancel any day after an initial two-month commitment.
While the program was originally resident to used games that sell for under $50, that string has thanks to been dropped. That wealth yet relatively cutting edge releases can be rented out as stretched as a used record is available in the store, which frequently happens aloof a sporadic days after the "initial release.
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Added: August 29, 2017