[UPDATED] Xbox All Access console, Game Pass, and Live Gold bundle confirmed

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The Xbox One S bundle will save you about $60 over the course of the two years while you’ll save yourself about $20 with an Xbox One X.

Last week we heard rumours of a new Xbox subscription service dubbed Xbox All Access. The new subscription service was all but confirmed when Xbox Wire — Xbox’s news blog — published, then unpublished a post about Xbox All Access. However, a link to the Microsoft Store remains live with further details.

UPDATE (08/27/2018 1:15 p.m. ET): Major Nelson has posted on his blog confirming the details below with regards to Xbox All Access.

ORIGINAL STORY:

The gist of the new subscription service would allow gamers to pay for an Xbox One S or Xbox One X as well as Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass over a period of two years.

“For no upfront cost and one low monthly price for 24 months, Xbox All Access gets you a new Xbox One S or Xbox One X, access to more than 100 great games through Xbox Game Pass, and online multiplayer with Xbox Live Gold,” Microsoft’s Bogdan Bilan explained on the now removed post. “That’s more than 100 all-you-can-play games — including highly-anticipated new Xbox One exclusives the day they’re released, plus more games added all the time on the fastest, most reliable gaming network and an Xbox One console.”

The aforementioned Microsoft Store link is still active and confirms the pricing of $21.99USD/mth for an Xbox One S and $34.99USD/mth for an Xbox One X. As we mentioned before, the Xbox One S bundle will save you about $60 over the course of the two years while you’ll save yourself about $20 with an Xbox One X.

The actual deals are as follows:

  • Xbox One X
    • Includes an Xbox One X console + 24 months of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold
    • 0% APR for 24 months
    • No upfront cost
    • Powered by Dell Preferred Account
  • Xbox One S
    • Includes an Xbox One S console + 24 months of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold
    • 0% APR for 24 months. No upfront cost.
    • Save 20% with Xbox All Access
    • Powered by Dell Preferred Account

It is interesting that this is a Microsoft special but is being financed through a Dell Preferred Account. Should you not qualify, or wish to pay with another method, you can pay the full cost for the bundle outright as well.

The Microsoft Store page does indicate that this is a limited time, in-store, U.S. only offer.

Now that Xbox All Access has been pretty much confirmed, what do you think about it? Is it something you’d sign up for to alleviate the initial out of pocket cost for a new Xbox One? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

  Source: Microsoft Store  Via: VentureBeat
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