Could Microsoft soon offer interested players the opportunity to pre-order the Xbox Series X? The supposedly decisive hint could have been provided by the Australian network producer Telstra.
So far, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Microsoft have only confirmed that the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will be released during this year’s Christmas season. When and at what price it will ultimately be so far is still a big question.
At least Microsoft, according to current reports, could soon let the proverbial cat out of the bag and ensure clarity. This suggests at least one current advertisement from the Australian network provider Telstra, which was sent to Xbox All Access users.
Xbox All-Access is a subscription service in which customers pay a fixed monthly amount and receive an Xbox One console – including valid subscriptions to Xbox Live Gold and the Xbox Game Pass. The Telstra message said:
“You’ve signed up to receive information about the Xbox Series X. Preorders for the Xbox Series X with Xbox All Access will open soon. This offer is exclusive to Telstra customers – so you need a postpaid mobile, mobile broadband or home internet service with us. For more information visit tel.st/XboxXeoi.”
Microsoft itself did not want to comment on the current rumors about the possibly upcoming pre-orders of the Xbox Series X so far. However, a few days ago, Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft’s gaming division, pointed out those players can look forward to more information about the Xbox Series X in August.
Could the details include the final date, price, and pre-orders for the Xbox Series X? The coming weeks will confirm this speculation.