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A massive Xbox leak has spilled the beans on all kinds of internal affairs at the organisation. Now, this being a PlayStation website, a lot of the leaked information isn't really relevant — but documents that detail the financial impact of bringing games to subscription services? We'll report on that, thank you kindly.

While it's always been broadly assumed that companies like Microsoft and Sony must pay a fortune to secure select tiles for Game Pass and PS Plus, actually seeing the figures is eye-opening. For example, this leaked document reveals that it would take upwards of $300 million to nab Star Wars Jedi: Survivor — and apparently, that's with the expectation of the deal falling through.

A $250 million figure is mentioned in relation to Mortal Kombat 1 and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, while $100 million would be appropriate for Assassin's Creed Mirage. These numbers are obviously being considered by Microsoft — and we are specifically talking about AAA titles here — but it's highly likely that Sony will be paying similar fees whenever it pulls something to PS Plus.

Are these the kinds of figures that you suspected, or does it seem like crazy money considering gaming subscription numbers have plateaued? Start throwing money about like nobody's business in the comments section below.