Back in August, Microsoft revealed Xbox All Access, a subscription program that meant to make it easier for consumers to get into the world of Xbox. Offering an Xbox One S or X, plus two-year memberships for both Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass, in a single package for a set monthly payment.
Today, Microsoft's Larry Hryb announced that the offer would be ending on December 31, which is less than two weeks from today. But there's no need to rush to get one if you're interested, as the subscription will be coming back in 2019.
In fact, it looks like Microsoft is planning to expand the availability of the program, though there's no indication of what that entails. Right now, there are many limitations for those who might be interested in getting one of these subscriptions. For starters, Xbox All Access is only available to those in the United States, and even there, you'll need to head to a physical Microsoft Store, as it was only available online for a short period of time. You also need to apply for a Dell Preferred Account.
With that in mind, there are a few ways the offering could expand, perhaps the most relevant one being availability in other countries. There's no guarantee that this will be happening, however. For now, if you don't want to miss your chance to get it before the year is out, you'll need to check with your local Microsoft Store for availability and eligibility.
Source: Larry Hryb (Twitter)