Xbox Series X consoles are back in stock at GAME stores in the UK.
UK retailer GAME currently has consoles back in stock on its website, where a queue is forming to get hold of the next-gen console.
In addition to multiple Xbox Series X console bundles with games included, the retailer is also selling All Access deals for the next-gen device.
This lets customers spread the cost of the Xbox Series X over multiple payments. It even includes a Game Pass Ultimate subscription.
Xbox Series X All Access costs £28.99 for 24 months, with no upfront payments required.
“Xbox All Access is your all-inclusive pass to Xbox and includes an Xbox Series X and 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, with over 100 high-quality games and an EA Play membership, with no upfront cost,” reads the official description.
Game Pass Ultimate, meanwhile, gives subscribers access to hundreds of games, as well as online multiplayer and exclusive deals.
This includes brand new Xbox exclusive games – like upcoming first-person shooter Halo Infinite – on the day they’re released.
The next major release coming to Xbox Game Pass is Xbox exclusive horror game The Medium.
“Discover a dark mystery only a medium can solve,” reads the official description.
“Travel to an abandoned communist resort and use your unique psychic abilities to uncover its deeply disturbing secrets, solve dual-reality puzzles, survive encounters with sinister spirits, and explore two realities at the same time.
“The Medium is a third-person psychological horror game that features patented dual-reality gameplay and an original soundtrack co-composed by Arkadiusz Reikowski and Akira Yamaoka.”
You can start playing The Medium through Xbox Game Pass from January 26.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will continue to get better, especially with Microsoft’s recent purchase of Bethesda.
This means day-one access to the next Elder Scrolls game, Starfield, and even the newly announced Indiana Jones release.
“Today, Lucasfilm Games and Bethesda Softworks announced a new Indiana Jones game, being developed by the award-winning studio, MachineGames, and executive produced by game industry icon Todd Howard of Bethesda Games Studios.”
That’s all we have to go on for now, but with Wolfenstein developer MachineGames at the helm, it should be a good one.