Many players are looking forward in this current month of August that is chosen to give us a price and release date for both PS5 and Xbox Series X, but at the moment it is the new console of Microsoft that is preparing to open pre-orders soon, according to an Australian telecommunications company called Telstra that is partnered with Microsoft.
It seems that the users of Australian telemarketer Telstra have started receiving messages on their phones after signing up for the Xbox All Access program that allows them to buy the new Xbox Series X with a subscription to Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass for two years and for a price still to be determined (this could already be done with Xbox One X for about $27 a month).
The users who have registered interest in the Xbox Series X got an SMS today that states the following:
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
The messages that users are receiving ensure that the opening of Xbox Series X pre-orders will take place very soon. It is not impossible that such pre-orders will be opened by the store without us knowing the price and release date of consoles sale. It has happened before.
Still, we hope that in the presentation of news that has been doing the rounds for the month of August it will be clear that we finally know these two final details of the console. So far Microsoft and Sony have been holding out as much as possible so that the competition is the first to announce the price of their systems and thus be able to adjust their plans to be competitive in this new generation.
So far there is no detailed indication of when exactly the pre-orders will start, but since we are already in August, it shouldn’t take too long.
It looks like Xbox Series X pre-orders could open soon according to Australian company Telstra who sent out a message to customers who signed up for the Xbox All Access programhttps://t.co/sKNogUqPqq pic.twitter.com/AIqQp6OAE4
— Nibel (@Nibellion) August 3, 2020