Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold are get­ting a price reduc­tion, but it’s only for cer­tain parts of the world. Microsoft announced on Tues­day that it’s cut­ting the price of both sub­scrip­tion ser­vices in Chile, Hong Kong, and Israel start­ing in Octo­ber. The reduc­tions applies to both con­sole and PC.

Microsoft reg­u­lar­ly eval­u­ates the price of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold at a local lev­el to best serve cus­tomers in each coun­try. These price adjust­ments were informed and based on local mar­ket con­di­tions in each coun­try,” a rep­re­sen­ta­tive for the com­pa­ny said.

The prices for all ser­vices are going down in each market–check out the full break­down of prices changes in the images below.

Of course, the prices for Xbox Game Pass and Live Gold in the US, UK and oth­er large mar­kets will remain the same–for now. Right now in the US, Xbox Game Pass Ulti­mate (which includes Game Pass, Gold, EA Play, and cloud-stream­ing) is avail­able for $15 a month.

Microsoft just recent­ly announced 13 more games com­ing to Xbox Game Pass through­out the rest of Sep­tem­ber, which includes 8 brand new releases.