Microsoft today finally confirmed its powerful Xbox Series X will launch on November 10th for $499, with pre-orders beginning from September 22nd. This news comes a day after Microsoft also confirmed the less powerful Xbox Series S with 4 teraflops will launch on the same date for $299.
Microsoft is also bringing the Xbox All Access financing plan to its Series X and the Series X. The Xbox All Access plan provides buyers of the Xbox Series X or the Series S with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold for $34.99 per month.
The Xbox All Access is already available in the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand. Microsoft is expanding it to eight new countries in time for the launch of its next-gen consoles. When the Series X and Series X launches this November, users in Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Norway, Poland, South Korea and Sweden will have access and the plan will be expanded to more markets in 2021.
Microsoft is also adding EA Play at no extra cost to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. This gives access to all the major games including FIFA, Battlefield, Madden NFL and many more.