There are rumors that Microsoft is planning to launch different Xbox devices, but that hasn’t been confirmed yet. However, a recent report says that the tech giant is working on a subscription service for Xbox Consoles. This service is expected to bring access to streamed games, along with some other options for entertainment methods. Talking about the details of the project, some insider sources from Microsoft say that the program is now being called Project Largo. When released, however, it would be renamed Xbox All Access. Unlike the existing subscription plans, Xbox All Access would include hardware.
Now, this is something interesting for hardcore gamers out there. By paying a fixed fee every month, gamers will have access to exclusive gaming content as well as the gaming console. Xbox One S or Xbox One X are to be included in the package. Considering that the prices are about to start at around $34.99, the deals seem impressive enough. However, Microsoft is likely to put the subscription period at one or two years. And, the monthly subscription fees would depend on this period of time. However, the question is how many people would be ready to pay such a huge amount without owning anything.
Of course, there are no type of confirmations regarding this announcement. The reports are based on some insider sources of Microsoft. According to experts, however, Microsoft will be launching the service in the US primarily. The company, however, may expand the service if the subscription service seems to be popular in the region. Also, the prices mentioned are tentative and would change according to the console that you are planning to get with the package. Microsoft had tried to launch hardware-inclusive subscription services previously, but most of them were not successful. Only time will prove what’s the fate of Xbox All Access.