Xbox All Access goes live online, but only in the U.S. and for a limited time

Jumping on the Xbox bandwagon with a console bundled with great games and no upfront cost will be much easier as Microsoft is now offering a financing deal called Xbox All Access online. The subscription service was confirmed in August, though it was only available through physical Microsoft Stores.

With Xbox All Access, you will be able to purchase a bundle that includes an Xbox One console and 24-month subscriptions of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass, all with a single monthly fee and no upfront cost. That means you can split the cost of the plan over a two-year contract, complete with access to a selection of over 100 games for good measure.

The monthly fee depends on the console that you'll choose to include in the plan. For $34.99 per month, you'll get a 1TB Xbox One X console with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. There's also an option for a 1TB Xbox One S, which will set you back $21.99 per month with the same Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold deal.

Keep in mind that you must apply first for a Dell Preferred Account to be able to purchase the bundle. You can also choose to cancel your plan anytime. The deal is currently available in the U.S. only and for a limited period, with no word on whether it will be released worldwide.

Image via Major Nelson (Twitter)

Report a problem with article
1528588712_microsoftgithub
Next Article

Microsoft's $7.5 billion acquisition of GitHub is now complete

1540506368_img_4606
Previous Article

Samsung Galaxy Book2 review: Windows on ARM gets a lot better

4 Comments - Add comment

Advertisement