New All Access deal includes Xbox One S/X, Game Pass, and Live Gold for monthly charge

The deal will be available until New Year's Eve and is powered by Dell financing.

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Getting access to Microsoft's Xbox gaming platform has become easier than it has ever been. The company just announced Xbox All Access, a limited-time in-store deal that allows potential players to purchase an Xbox One X or Xbox One S along with Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold for a monthly fee with no upfront cost.

If players want to take advantage of this limited deal, they must head to a local Microsoft store and choose their favorite bundle. Then, they'll apply for Dell Preferred Account or DPA. They'll walk out with a console and a couple services that net them a wealth of content for their new console. Both the Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold memberships included in the bundle last for 24 months. With Game Pass, you'll get access to a growing library of games including State of Decay 2 and Sea of Thieves.

During Gamescom 2018, Microsoft dropped a bunch of reveals during a special edition Inside Xbox livestream and some of the new announcements involve improvements to Xbox Game Pass, which you'll get 24 months of with this bundle deal. One of the biggest reveals is the addition of Halo: The Master Chief Collection to Xbox Game Pass at the beginning of September.

Only the Xbox One X and Xbox One S 1TB are available in the Xbox All Access program. The DPA gives the customer a revolving line of credit and 0% APR for 24 months for those that qualify. Via the official webpage for Xbox All Access, this deal is going to be available up until December 31, 2018.

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