by on Aug 23, 2018

Xbox All Access reportedly bundles consoles, Gold, and Game Pass as a monthly subscription service

According to sources whispering to The Verge, Microsoft is planning on offering punters a monthly subscription service that packages an Xbox One with Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass.

Known internally as Project Largo, the service has been in the works for a few months now, with the report suggesting that both Xbox One S and Xbox One X will be available in the bundle. 

One option reportedly in the works is an Xbox One X, Gold, and Game Pass bundled together for a monthly fee of $34.99 over 24 months. Microsoft will reportedly offer the Xbox All Access service through its retail stores, and will initially be rolled out in the US.

Elsewhere, Verge's report revealed that the format holder is also beavering away on something called Washburn, a new Xbox accessory that was planned to be unveiled at Gamescom. It'll retail for $149.99 and will reportedly launch in October. 

One thing that was made clear is that it is not an Xbox One Elite successor, and we can expect more details to emerge on the accessory soon enough.


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