You can get a FREE Xbox 2 upgrade with Microsoft’s new console subscription starting from today.

MICROSOFT'S All Access plan that gets you a free Xbox 2 upgrade is now available.

The revamped subscription currently includes an Xbox and a two-year Game Pass subscription – but will also bag you Microsoft's next-gen console when it comes out.

 Microsoft's All Access plan gets you an Xbox and access to games through Game Pass

Microsoft's All Access plan gets you an Xbox and access to games through Game PassCredit: Getty Images - Getty

But Microsoft will now let you switch to the mysterious Project Scarlett console when it launches next year.

Microsoft's Xbox All Access is a subscription plan for people who don't want to pay for an Xbox upfront.

You pay for the console and access to games (via Game Pass) on a monthly basis.

There are several different options available, and only the Xbox One X plan will get you a free upgrade.

  • Microsoft All Access at GAME from £17.99 – buy now
 You can save money by paying for your Xbox over time

You can save money by paying for your Xbox over timeCredit: Credit: Jeramey Lende / Alamy Stock Photo

"We realise buying a console is an investment and some players are waiting to make the jump to the next generation with Project Scarlett when it launches in Holiday 2020 alongside 'Halo Infinite'," said Microsoft's Jeff Gattis.

"This is why as a limited time offer this holiday season, players in the U.S. and U.K. who purchase an Xbox One X with Xbox All Access through December 31, 2019, have the option to upgrade to the next Xbox console in as few as 12 months and once Project Scarlett has officially launched."

You'll also have to trade in your old console as part of the deal.

There are three different tiers of Xbox All Access in the UK.

The cheapest is £17.99 a month and gets you an Xbox One S with no disc tray, plus £24 months of Game Pass Ultimate.

A £19.99 option includes the disc-tray version of the Xbox One S, but is otherwise identical.

And for £24.99 a month, you can get the Xbox One X – as well as an Xbox 2 upgrade next year.

None of the plans require an upfront fee, and they all run for 24 months.

You'll also need to pass a credit check to access the finance, so not everyone will be eligible.

Of course, Microsoft still hasn't formally unveiled the Xbox 2 so it's impossible to say how good the console will be right now.

But Microsoft's All Access plan gives you a healthy saving on its consoles, so the deals are worth bagging anyway.

  • Microsoft All Access at GAME from £17.99 – buy now

In other news, Sony recently confirmed the PS5 release date is coming before Christmas 2020.

A recent "price leak" suggested the PS5 could cost £250 more than its predecessor.

And we reveal the best PS5 games you can expect to play next year.

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