Microsoft uncovered its ‘Xbox All Access’ subscription program back in the month of August. The program was to make the access in the Xbox gaming world easier for the consumers and it successfully did that. The American multinational technology company offered an Xbox One S or X, along with two-year memberships for both Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass, that too in a sole package for a set monthly payment. The Xbox All Access subscription was as low as $21.99 a month and users got that subscription along with the access of more than 100 games.
However, Microsoft recently announced that the membership package deal would end on 31 December. Adding to this, the organization also claimed to get back with a reworked subscription sometime in 2019.
Something new is about to come with Microsoft Xbox
Xbox spokesperson Larry Hryb also declared via a tweet that the new membership program would have exciting color asking Xbox fans to stay tuned for more updates. Supposedly, more features are coming with the new financing program of Xbox in 2019. Some online resources also claim to have received an official email from a Microsoft representative saying that the organization is bringing the game to even more gamers.
Xbox All Access released on the scene in of the third quarter of the year, which covered Xbox One S, Xbox Live Gold, and Xbox Game Pass. From the get-go, the All Access program was said to be a limited-time bid but the officials now say that they are looking to “expand” the program and that All Access will return at some point in 2019. the deal needs a credit check and this is not an option for everyone but extends qualifying individuals a way to own an Xbox One S or Xbox One X without paying hundreds of dollars all at once.
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