Xbox is at a disadvantage with the next generation, having lost its prized exclusive at launch. Since Halo: Infinite will not be available at the launch of Xbox Series X, Microsoft needs to play all of its cards. A move in this direction could be the Xbox All Access service, which will be launching in more countries later this year, according to a new report.
Bloomberg says that the Xbox All Access service will be available in more countries this year, with the total number of countries where the service is available, set to triple.
Xbox All Access bundles an Xbox One console and, 24 months of Xbox Game Pass at a monthly fee starting $19.99 a month. Users will get the option to upgrade to the Xbox Series X when it releases. For now, it is available in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. If the report is to be believed, we will be seeing eight more countries added to this list.
This could really help the sales of the console, but Microsoft will need to target countries with poor sales and poor attention from Microsoft’s end, like India. Deals with Walmart and Target are expected to help.
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