Microsoft will launch the Xbox Series X console on November 10 for $499. Bookings for the new consoles will begin on September 22, and the company is also providing the Xbox All Access program to Xbox Series X. Xbox All Access is a bundled program that splits the costs of Xbox consoles, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox Live into 24-month monthly payments.
The Xbox Series X will be available through Xbox All Access for $34.99 a month, including an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription.
Microsoft is rapidly expanding its Xbox All Access program to welcome the holiday season, even bundling EA Play into Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox All Access. EA Play includes more than 60 games owned by EA, including games such as FIFA 20 and Titan Fall 2.
Xbox All Access will be available in 12 countries at the same time to catch up with the Xbox X Series X and S launch on November 10. Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Korea, Sweden, the UK and the US will all have Xbox All Access this holiday season, with more to come in 2021.
Adding EA Play to xbox Game Pass Ultimate is important for the launch of the Xbox series X/S, as well as for the big push for Game Pass. With the delay of the iconic game Halo Infinity, Microsoft has found a way to work with Bungie on Game Pass, and now EA is looking to provide users with a larger library of games.