Xbox All Access financing plan announced

Microsoft Announces Xbox All Access

Microsoft Announces Xbox All Access

As previously reported, Xbox All Access is available only in the United States and will cost $22 or $35 per month, depending on whether you choose an Xbox One S or Xbox One X console.

Get free games, play online and yell at your friends with this deal from Microsoft, because you can get a one-month subscription to Xbox Live Gold for $2.00 (regularly $11.99), plus you'll get an extra month added for free! When the 24-month payment period ends, the Xbox One S or Xbox One X will be yours to own completely. You can create a deal with any Xbox bundle that suits your fancy; you aren't limited to certain models.

Microsoft is now offering it for a limited time to qualified customers in the United States, according to VentureBeat. Otherwise, you could get a $500 console with all of the bells and whistles for only a few dollars more than what you'd be paying just to keep your Live and Game Pass subscriptions going on a monthly basis.

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Xbox All Access' official announcement appears to have gone live a tad earlier than intended.

It should also appeal to many potential buyers that Xbox Game Pass will grant launch-day access to all of Microsoft's big first-party exclusives. Since Microsoft's post has been taken down, we can't detail what exactly this means.

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