Microsoft have proven to bring different alternatives for anyone interested in joining the Xbox platform either through the extended library of Xbox Game Pass with the later Ultimate iteration, Xbox Play Anywhere, and the currently testing Project xCloud. One initiative that applies for users who prefer a collective bundle on a fixed rate can look towards the Xbox All Access service.
With a contract monthly fee of $21.99 for Xbox One S or $34.99 for Xbox One X, players will be provided with the respected hardware along with a two-year subscription for both Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass. This service is prepared for those who take this route to pay off their fee by the two year mark, where the consumer will then have to start paying for the two services.
And while both model S and X are the current craze on Microsoft’s platform, there is a brighter future lying ahead with Project Scarlett as we already know from this year’s Microsoft press conference at E3 back in June. Understanding the investment of already paying towards this generation’s console, Microsoft has revealed that there will be an upgrade feature towards next year’s new system.
Announcing that a limited time promotion running from today until December 31st will give Xbox All Access users the ability to upgrade towards Project Scarlett within the next 12 months. However, this will only apply to those in the U.S. and U.K.: Xbox All Access in Australia will only list the One S & One X as it already does.
Interesting enough atop of the new upgrade feature in the two regions, the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is also available as a listed console if your preference points towards an physical-free approach.
While Project Scarlett is still projected for a Holiday 2020 launch next year, Microsoft however did not list what the pricing per month will be for those who decide to pay for the upgrade. Assuming that the company is not ready to reveal the full pricing for next generation’s unit, the company will properly disclose the details at a later date.
Are you using Xbox All Access? And if so, do you plan on upgrading for Project Scarlett?
Source: Xbox Wire