Xbox All Access Expands To 12 Countries This Year, More To Come In 2021

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Xbox All Access, Microsoft's all-in-one financing option for consoles and services, will launch in new territories this holiday season.

Announced alongside the Xbox Series X and Series S release date, fans in more territories than ever will be able to purchase a console through a monthly plan.


Xbox All Access Expands To 12 Countries This Year

The plan, which includes an Xbox console, online multiplayer, Xbox Game Pass and EA Play, will be available in the following countries and retailers:

  • Australia at Telstra
  • Canada at EB Games
  • Denmark at Elgiganten
  • Finland at Gigantti
  • France at FNAC
  • New Zealand at Spark
  • Norway at Elkjøp
  • Poland at Media Expert
  • South Korea at SK Telecom
  • Sweden at Elgiganten
  • UK at GAME and Smyths Toys
  • United States at Best Buy, GameStop, Target, Microsoft Store, and Walmart

In a blog post, Microsoft said: 

"When Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S launch this holiday, in addition to existing availability in the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand, Xbox All Access will expand to eight new countries, giving more players around the world an opportunity to get everything they need to jump into the next generation of gaming with no upfront cost. The program will come to even more countries and retailers in 2021."


Existing All Access members will have the option to upgrade their current membership to be able to trade up from an Xbox One console to either a Series S or Series X.

"For existing Xbox All Access members, we’re excited to offer you even more flexibility when it comes to your upgrade path to the next generation," Microsoft explained.

"Beginning today, you will be able to purchase Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S with Xbox All Access at any time, including during the pre-order window, from any participating Xbox All Access retailer (US-only, subject to availability) while still completing your minimum payment requirements for upgrade."

For more information, head here.