Explained: Xbox All Access, Gamepass & the Difference Between Xbox Series S & X. All You Need to Know
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What is Xbox All Access? How does it work? Is it worth it? Also, how does Xbox Gamepass Ultimate work? What is included in it? How is EA Play involved in all this and what is the difference between the Xbox Series S and the Xbox Series Xanyway? We got the answer to all those questions in our video.
Spoiler alert: Xbox All Access is worth it.
You will be able to get the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S on November 10 for $499 & $299 respectively. The bigger system will have a disc drive and support 4K, while the cheaper version will come as a digital-only system and run at 1440p at best. Still, both claim to be supporting 120fps, which, if true, is a big deal. Just make sure that your TV can actually run a system at 120fps!
We’re excited for the new Xbox and interested in how Microsoft’s streaming service (which is included in Gamepass Ultimate) will work out. Streaming next-gen games on any device is definitely a glimpse into the future and could be a huge selling point for Microsoft’s system.
Now it just remains to be seen how Sony will react. We are certain that PS5 news are right around the corner.
For more Xbox coverage, check out our past EarlyGame Daily videos: