Microsoft plans to unveil an Xbox All Access service that bundles the company's Xbox One consoles with Xbox Live and Xbox Game Pass for a monthly fee. Code name Project Largo, Microsoft has been working on the subscription service in recent months. Sources familiar with Microsoft's plans say The Verge that both the Xbox One S and the Xbox One X are offered as subscriptions and that Microsoft plans to release its Xbox One X with Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass offer for $ 34.99 per month over 24 months.
The subscription will be available from Microsoft's retail stores, and the company is also working with PC manufacturers to offer this package elsewhere. Windows Central reported today on Xbox All Access after I had raised details of the new service three weeks ago. Microsoft will initially limit its Xbox All-Access service to US consumers, but if successful, it may appear in other markets in the future. Microsoft also launched an Xbox 360 bundle with Xbox Live Gold more than six years ago
Microsoft is also working on a new Xbox accessory code-named Washburn. The software manufacturer had planned to unveil the $ 149 accessory at Gamescom this week and inadvertently tease a "brand new Xbox hardware" announcement before the company's plans changed. The mysterious accessory is due to launch in October, shortly after the launch of Forza Horizon 4 by Microsoft. It's not an Xbox Elite successor, but we expect the company to soon introduce its new hardware accessory.