Microsoft has unveiled a new plan for future buyers of their X-Box lineup of consoles. Called X-Box All Access, the service will give consumers access to an X-Box One console, X-Box Live and Game Pass for a monthly subscription fee. 

Currently, the service is only available in the US. Here are the two configurations that the company is offering to buyers.

Microsoft X-Box One X
Microsoft X-Box One X

X-Box One X Bundle:

  • Access to the X-Box One X Console
  • 24 Months of Game Pass & Live Gold
  • 0% APR for 24 Months
  • No Upfront Cost

X-Box One S Bundle:

  • Access to the X-Box One S Console
  • 24 Months of Game Pass & Live Gold
  • Save 20% with Xbox All Access 
  • No Upfront Cost
What You Can Get With X-Box All Access
What You Can Get With X-Box All Access

The Game Pass will give members day 1 access to the console-exclusive games. Along with that, the game pass will also give it’s members the usual discount perks on digital titles, as well as complimented advantages on the Live service. It will also include free monthly games, and we’re not talking small indie titles. Recently added games include the likes of Fallout 4, Doom and State of Decay 2.

But there’s a catch! Microsoft claims that you’ll need to have (or sign up for) a Dell Preferred Account to avail these services. As far as pricing is concerned, the One X bundle will start at $34.99/month while the One S bundle will cost $21.99/month. Note: Both consoles will have 1TB storage.

You can learn more about the service here.

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