Microsoft has announced it is updating its Xbox All Access service in light of the Xbox Series X price reveal.

It had already been hinted that All Access would cost $24.99 / £20.99 a month if you picked the less-powerful Series S, but it's now official – and we also know that jumping up to the full-fat Series X is going to cost you an additional ten bucks per month at $34.99 / £28.99. Both of those monthly costs are based on a 24-month contract, and there's no upfront cost for the hardware, either.

Here's the PR:

We’re expanding Xbox All Access this holiday to bring you more ways to jump into this next generation. With Xbox All Access, you can get a next-generation Xbox with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with no upfront cost, for just $34.99/month for 24 months for Xbox Series X and $24.99/month for 24 months for Xbox Series S. If you are already an Xbox All Access customer, you can take advantage of our flexible upgrade options. We’re expanding Xbox All Access to fans in 12 countries this holiday, expanding to Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Norway, Poland, South Korea and Sweden.

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[source news.xbox.com]