Xbox All Access serenaded by 'All-4-One' in throwback music video, because why not?

Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S
Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S (Image credit: Matt Brown | Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Microsoft highlights the value of Xbox All Access with a throwback music video performed by "All-4-One."
  • The music video is set to the tune of "I Swear."
  • Xbox All Access comes with an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S and 24 months of Xbox Game Pass for as low as $25 per month.

It's not clear who asked for a full-length parody video advertising Xbox All Access, but that's exactly what Microsoft delivered. The new music video is a parody of "I Swear," performed by "All-4-One." The iconic band returned for the sake of the Xbox-themed music video. Microsoft also has a news post breaking down Xbox All Access.

"No one knows how to navigate the waters of love, loss and love again than 90s R&B singers," says Microsoft. "So, we thought, what better way to celebrate the reimagining of how you can join Xbox with the all-inclusive offer of Xbox All Access than with the '90s R&B sensation, All-4-One, reimagining "I Swear," their 1994 ballad?"

"It's All There" emphasizes how people can get everything they need in a single subscription. In the dulcet tones only All-4-One can deliver, the song echoes "the best of Xbox for one monthly price."

With a somber tone, the group says it must move on from its previous-generation console. But the move is all worth it, says the song, because Xbox All Access comes with a console and 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

Xbox All Access costs $25 per month if you want an Xbox Series S or $35 per month if you want an Xbox Series X. Each deal comes with 23 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

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