The best thing about Xbox All Access from Telstra is that you’re never far away from discovering your next favourite game on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Now some of our favourite all-time titles from Bethesda are set to be made available on the service. From classic dungeon crawlers updated for modern platforms to massive open-world adventures, there’s something for everyone.
Bethesda has spent decades crafting gorgeous and immersive worlds and stories for us to explore and enjoy. Thanks to a team up between Microsoft and Bethesda, many of these incredible stories are now available through Xbox All Access from Telstra.
Xbox All Access from Telstra means you can get the latest gaming hardware and a huge range of games, with no upfront fees, starting from $33 per month when you stay connected for 24 months. Included in the package, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate gives you a month-to-month membership to access over 100 high-quality console and PC games with new titles added all the time. Plus, enjoy all the benefits of EA Play. It also includes all the online multiplayer benefits of Xbox Live Gold.
And now, some of our favourite Bethesda titles are included, too! Earlier this month, 20 Bethesda titles joined Xbox All Access, including:
Dishonored Definitive Edition
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
The Elder Scrolls Online*
The Evil Within
Fallout: New Vegas*
Wolfenstein: The New Order
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood
And now that ZeniMax Media/Bethesda is part of the Microsoft family, you can expect to see more iconic titles from the studio drop onto Xbox All Access later this year.
Cutting edge performance with FPS Boost
The new Xbox All Access titles from Bethesda are set to look better than ever on the next-generation Xbox Series S and Series X hardware thanks to a little feature called FPS Boost.
FPS Boost takes advantage of the raw power available on the next-generation consoles to almost double the original framerate on select titles. Higher framerates mean buttery-smooth gameplay!
For five of the new Bethesda Xbox All Access titles – Dishonored: Definitive Edition, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, Fallout 4, Fallout 76, and Prey – players can expect to see an increase from 30 frames per second to almost 60 frames per second thanks to FPS Boost.
Some titles – such as Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 – have not had FPS Boost automatically-enabled by default, as it requires a reduction in the game’s resolution in order to run smoothly. You can turn on FPS Boost for these titles in the Manage Game>Compatibility Options section of any enhanced title. There you can also toggle Auto HDR to off or on.
To tell if you’re running either FPS Boost or Auto HDR in game, you can tap the Xbox Button on your controller to see the indicator in the upper-right hand corner of the Guide overlay.
Get in on the action
If you don’t have Xbox All Access yet, now is a great time to join with the latest generation Xbox Series X and Series S consoles.
We currently have a good amount of stock of the Xbox Series S on Xbox All Access available both in-store and online. This console offers next-gen performance in the smallest Xbox ever, and is bundled with Xbox Game Pass for Telstra post-paid customers for $33/month*.
Games recently added to Xbox Game Pass include Madden NFL 21 with Star Wars™ Squadrons upcoming later this month.
Head to our website to find out more about Xbox All Access from Telstra, and to sign–up.
Things you need to know
* Title not available on Xbox Game Pass for PC