Xbox fans will be the first to get a taste of the next generation of gaming. Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox Series X will hit stores on November 10, for $499. Not only that, but you even get another next-gen console on November 10. Microsoft is also releasing the cheaper Xbox Series S for $299. So, if you don’t feel like shelling out $500 for a game console, Microsoft gives you options.
The Xbox Series X
The Verge reports that you can begin preordering the next-gen console on September 22. Along with preorders, Microsoft also offers the new console through the Xbox All Access program. If you get Xbox All Access, you could buy the Xbox Series X, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and Xbox Live in one bundle, with a 24-month payment plan.
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Xbox All Access
If you do get the Xbox All Access plan, you can buy the Series X at $34.99 per month, which includes Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. With the holiday season in mind, Microsoft plans to expand the All Access program. For example, with your Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox All Access, you can get EA Play for free. EA Play offers over 60 EA titles, such as Titanfall and FIFA 20.
Where is Xbox All Access Available?
As the Xbox Series X launches on November 10, gamers from 12 countries can get the Xbox All Access plan. Enjoy the Xbox All Access plan with your new Xbox Series X, if you live in these countries:
- New Zealand
- South Korea
- The United Kingdom
- The United States
Microsoft says they will expand Xbox All Access to several more markets in 2021.