A few short months from the launch of the powerful new Xbox Series X console, Xbox has shown off the largest games lineup in console history. It was a tour de force of 10 world premieres and 22 games built to launch exclusively on Xbox consoles amongst dozens more – and they’re all coming to Xbox Game Pass.
Here’s just a taste of some of the titles you can look forward to on launch day: Halo Infinite, the most ambitious Halo game ever created, with bigger battles and a world several times larger than the last two games combined. Fable, a new beginning for the legendary series that returns to a dreamlike land filled with wondrous creatures. Forza Motorsport is the pinnacle of the long-running racing simulation, in development with the highest quality graphics and physics to push Xbox Series X to new extremes.
More than that, Xbox has optimised some of its best and most-loved titles that launched on Xbox One for Xbox Series X, with faster load times and improved graphical fidelity. The thrilling open-world racing of Forza Horizon 4, the gritty future combat of Gears 5, the swashbuckling adventures of Sea of Thieves – they and more will be available on Xbox Game Pass when they launch later this year.
You might already know about Xbox All Access: the package features a console and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership, which includes all the benefits of Xbox Live Gold plus access to over 100 high-quality games, for a monthly payment. Xbox All Access can be added to a Telstra bill with $0 upfront and then a monthly charge for 24 months (plus your existing plan charges)*.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate also means you have access to Xbox Game Studios titles the same day as their global release. That means Xbox Game Studios titles released in the next couple of years — like Halo Infinite — will be available and play great on Xbox Series X, as well as on Xbox One for our existing Xbox All Access customers.
We’re really keen to welcome the Xbox Series X to Xbox All Access when it launches later this year – and to get stuck into some of the incredible range of games we saw at Xbox Games Showcase.
*Telstra’s Xbox All Access with the Xbox Series X pricing is yet to be determined.