Microsoft has brought back its Xbox All Access program for the holiday 2019 season, including a bundle with an upgrade feature for Project Scarlett.
According to the official Xbox site, Microsoft has revealed the details of the different kinds of bundles players can choose from. Each plan and bundle will include an Xbox console and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The payments will be split across 24 months with no upfront cost.
The base bundle starts at USD$19.99 per month and offers an Xbox One S All-Digital Edition along with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and an option to upgrade to either a One S or One X model after 18 months.
The second bundle, which is USD$22.99, offers the same features but with a standard One S model. However, the final bundle, priced at USD$30.99, includes the Xbox One X and the unique feature of being upgraded to Project Scarlett upon its release in 2020.
Xbox All Access bundles will be available in the US, UK, and Australia, but the Scarlett upgrade will only be available in the former two countries.
Xbox Game Pass is home to hundreds of games, including Obsidian’s latest RPG, The Outer Worlds, which released just last week.
Mike Cripe reviewed the game for OnlySP and said, “The Outer Worlds completely succeeds in its mission to take players on an interplanetary adventure in ways that have not been seen in gaming for some time.”