The Fabled Xbox All Access Is Finally Here

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • YouTube

Author:

Jordan Smith

Publish Date:

6 Jul 2021

Today Xbox have announced their all access with the help of the Iconic RnB group All-4-One. You can check out the track written just for Xbox above, but keep reading to find out exactly what All Access means for those who have been patiently waiting for their next-gen Xbox.

All Access is exactly what it says on the tin, for a fixed monthly cost for 24 months. Xbox fans can enjoy the future of their favourite console and games with a brand-new Xbox Series X or S along with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The pricing varies depending on the package, but retailers Smyths, Game and 4Gadgets are backing the All-Access project. Prices for all access start at £19.99 a month for an Xbox One S and 24 months of Game Pass Ultimate. This bundle can then be upgraded after 18 months to a Series X, however, Xbox’s Terms and conditions will apply and additional spending will be required for the upgrade. If you cannot wait 18 months for your next-gen console, then the next package at £20.99 a month may suit you better which will include an Xbox Series S and 24 months of Game Pass Ultimate. But if you truly want to experience the next gen of gaming then the final bundle is the one for you, as for £28.99 you can get an Xbox Series X and 24 months of Game Pass Ultimate. There is a small margin of saving within these bundles when you consider the cost of Game Pass Ultimate and the console, with savings of around £18 on the Series X bundle and £9.99 on the Series S

Will you be picking up any of the consoles through Xbox All Access? Let us know in the comments of  our Facebook and Twitter pages, which you can find and follow at the bottom of this page.

Support 3-Bit - It takes 2 Minutes:

Its the people who support us who enable us to keep 3-Bit alive. If you've enjoyed the content from this article and want to see more, please support us by following us on social media. The banner here will allow you to get directly to our pages without closing this page! Thank you

- The 3-Bit Team

More News and Latest Highlights

3-Bit Logo 2.png

01/08/21, 18:30

This Week In Gaming Grime Halo and Final Fantasy

30/07/21, 17:00

Annapurna gets its own showcase

29/07/21, 16:30

Behind The Frame Gets a Release Date and Demo

27/07/21, 19:00

Grime Is Just Days Away Now

25/07/21, 19:30

This Week In Gaming Defiants Dead Space and Portals

24/07/21, 06:30

Chasing Static A Welsh nightmare

23/07/21, 08:00

Battlefield Portal will bring the best of Battlefield's past to 2042

22/07/21, 17:00

Twelve minutes Ever heard of Deja vu

20/07/21, 11:00

Ubisoft Has Revealed Their Next Competitive Shooter

18/07/21, 18:00

This Week In Gaming Football Steam Deck and Skyward Swords

15/07/21, 17:30

GTA Online Is Putting Us Back In The Drivers Seat

14/07/21, 16:30

Coridden Will Be Shapeshifting Its Way Onto PC Next Year

31/07/21, 15:00

Greak Memories of Azur

30/07/21, 14:00

Great British Gaming The Pixel Bunker

29/07/21, 15:30

Why I Am On The Fence With Halo Infinite

26/07/21, 18:00

30XX Take control of some sort of Mega person

25/07/21, 18:00

Saturnalia Welcome the new moon

23/07/21, 09:30

Do I Continue To Pay For Blizzard Products and Services?

22/07/21, 18:30

Dead Space Is Back

21/07/21, 17:00

We take a deeper dive into Iki Island

20/07/21, 10:30

Song of Iron Not all Vikings have beards

15/07/21, 18:30

The Steam Deck Is Coming This December

15/07/21, 17:03

Should Indie Developers Be Worried About A Netflix Style Gaming Strategy

13/07/21, 15:30

Splitgate goes Crossplay With A New Beta Today