Microsoft on Monday announced Xbox All Access, a two-year subscription program that includes a new Xbox One S or One X console along with a two-year subscription to services that provide multiplayer gameplay support and a rotating library of games.
Microsoft is launching a two-year Xbox subscription plan that lets gamers pay for a console and two online streaming services with one monthly fee, rather than buying hardware upfront.
If you opt out of the service before the 24-month period then you would have to pay rest of the cost of the console.
Xbox All Access is a way to get an Xbox One S or Xbox One X on a monthly payment plan. It'll be a negligible difference when spread out over two years, though.
0% April for 24 months.
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Xbox One X - $34.99 per month with 0% April for 24 months. "That's more than 100 all-you-can-play games - including highly-anticipated new Xbox One exclusives the day they're released".
Microsoft has long said it's more focused on finding engaged customers rather than inflating its relative hardware sales numbers compared to the competition.
The Xbox All Access subscription service was outed during Gamescom, with the official details now confirmed by the tech giant. Right now, an Xbox One S costs $299, and two years of Xbox Live Gold is $120. Bummer! Microsoft also characterizes the All Access program as a "limited-time offer"; it sounds like the program is a test run for something bigger down the line.
Now according to the plan, if you opt for an Xbox One X, it will set you back 35 Dollars per month, however, Xbox One S will set you back a mere 22 USD per month. You can also get 20% off purchases of any Game Pass titles to keep forever (games rotate on and off the list sort of like Netflix).
What do you think about Xbox All Access?