Xbox All Access was introduced years ago as a way for customers to buy an Xbox One without having to pay the full price upfront. It allowed them to pay a monthly cost, while also getting access to Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. With the impending release of the Xbox Series S and Series X, Windows Central reports that the service will return, giving people another option to buy the next-gen consoles. If this report is true, then that means you’ll be able to sign-up for a 24-monthly payment period for both consoles with no interest.
The Xbox Series S is confirmed to release on November 10 at $299, while Windows Central reports that the Xbox Series X will cost $499 and release the same day. Microsoft hasn’t confirmed any information in regards to the Series X’s release date and price, but the company did detail the Xbox Series S’s specs in a new trailer.
The Series S is capable of 1440p at up to 120 FPS, DirectX ray tracing, and variable refresh rate among other things. It comes with a custom 512GB SSD, which you’ll need to store all of your games and content as it does not feature a disc drive.