Sorry if i'm being thick, but I still don't get it? What am I paying $25/$35 a month for? The console? All Access? Both? How long do I pay that amount? Forever? 2 years? What happens after 2 years if it stops? Do I lose all access? What if I don't want to do a payment plan and just get the console fully paid day 1? Does that include the all access? If not how much does that cost then? So confusing.It's a payment/subscription plan. $25 a month for S, $35 for X. It's financed like a credit card and approval is based on your credit history.
For the monthly charge, you get both the console (S or X) and Game Pass Ultimate. No interest (0% APR) for 24 months. After 24 months, if you've made your payments, you own the console, and can choose to continue paying for Game Pass Ultimate.And if it's financed like a credit card based on my credit history, does that mean i'm also paying interest on top of that amount?
It would be nice to know when/where the pre-orders will be available. I'm keeping my eyes open, but still fear I'm going to miss out this November.I'll still be buying the Xbox Series X. Although the smaller one might be interesting for my travel xbox, I use the Xbox One S right now.
That is a given. Scalpers will be eating good this Holiday season. They are going to snatch those pre-orders as quick as they are available.I have a feeling that neither MS nor Sony will run out of consoles for this holiday season. That said, the economy might push more people to scalp consoles than usual...