Xbox All Access is now live in the United States with Xbox One S and X bundles

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Microsoft’s Xbox All Access initiative is now live in the United States for gamers looking to get into the Xbox One generation of gaming without paying a large payment all at once.

Xbox All Access was recently announced by Microsoft and is essentially a payment plan that gives customers an Xbox One console, a subscription to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate service (which unlocks full access to around 100 games), and an Xbox Wireless Controller.

Customers get to choose between an Xbox One S or Xbox One X console and some select bundles allow for a free upgrade to the next Xbox console (currently going by the temporary codename of Xbox Project Scarlett) after 12 months of payments.

Several of the available bundles are also packaged with a new Xbox One video game title such as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order which just came out a few days ago.

All of the various plans can be viewed and compared on the Amazon Xbox All Access web page here.

Xbox All Access also launched in Australia recently but, unfortunately, did not provide local gamers with the free Scarlett upgrade options.

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