Microsoft has finally revealed when gamers can get their hands on the upcoming Xbox consoles.
On the Xbox Wire, Microsoft revealed that the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will release on November 10th. Pre-orders for the consoles will begin on September 22nd. The Xbox Series X will cost $499, while the Xbox Series S will run for $299.
It was also announced that the Xbox All Access program will be expanded to 12 countries this holiday season, with more to come in 2021. Through the program, players are able to get one of the upcoming Xbox consoles through a payment plan. Along with the console, gamers will also get Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which includes Xbox Live Gold, as a part of the plan. This gives gamers over 100 games to play on their new console when it releases. The Xbox Series S' plan will start at $24.99 a month for 24 months, while the Xbox Series X's plan will start at $34.99 for 24 months.
Along with the announcement of the release date for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, it was revealed that EA Play will now be included in the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, as well as the service's PC subscription. This means that Game Pass owners will be able to play a number of EA titles on their new platforms and PCs. EA Access comes with over 60 games from the publisher, including Titanfall 2, Need for Speed Heat, and The Sims. Players will be able to gain access to trials of games for up to 10 hours. They will also receive special member-only content, as well as discounts on EA digital purchases for DLC, games, and more.
The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will release on November 10th. Pre-orders will be up on September 22nd.