At Xbox, we’re always looking for ways to give our fans even more choice when entering the next generation of gaming – and having fun doing it. Whether you’re upgrading to the latest consoles or joining the Xbox family for the first time, Xbox All Access has everything you need to play – an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S and 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate – from just $ 24.99 per month for 24 months with no upfront cost.^
As gamers embark on the next generation of gaming on Xbox Series X | S, we remember the great experiences we had before and look forward to what’s to come. And no one knows how to navigate the waters of love, loss and love than the R&B singers of the ’90s. So we thought, what better way to celebrate the reinterpretation of Xbox All-Inclusive with the All-Inclusive offer from Xbox All Access than with the 90s R&B sensation All-4-One, the “I Swear” from 1994 reinterpreted ballad?
In the music video, which was filmed and edited in the nostalgic 90s style, the band takes us on a journey from memories of our favorite gaming experiences and memories of years gone by to those on Xbox Series X | S with Xbox Game Pass waiting for us Ultimate. Aptly told by the band, with custom text related to Xbox All Access, “It’s All There” highlights the benefits and simplicity of your all-inclusive pass for Xbox.
“It’s all there” speaks the heart and truth of Xbox All Access. It’s all there. Xbox All Access gives you everything you need to get started with Xbox gaming – not just an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S console, but also a library of over 100 high-quality games for consoles, PCs, phones and tablets Includes 24-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Plus, you’ll receive all new Xbox Game Studios titles on the same day they are released, including Forza Horizon 5
Xbox All Access is available in twelve countries around the world and will be available to additional partners in additional countries over the next year. Click here to learn more about Xbox All Access and keep an eye out for more nostalgic content related to Xbox All Access of the 90s in the days ahead.