Earlier today on the Xbox YouTube channel a new video was released talking all about the features of the Xbox All Access subscription. But it wasn’t just some boring suit droning on about what a deal it is. Instead, it features the R&B group All-4-One performing a remix of their hit song I Swear with some of the lyrics swapped out with lines that talk about Xbox All Access.
In this remix titled It’s All There, the group croons about how you can get an Xbox console and Game Pass Ultimate with Xbox All Access. If you haven’t heard of it yet. this service has no up-front costs. Instead, those who want to get in on the Xbox family of consoles can pay a monthly fee.
The video itself is just oozing with tons of 90s R&B music video nostalgia. All of the outfits are straight out of 1994 when All-4-One released I Swear. And the way the vignetting blurs everything surrounding the subject in just about every shot is just so stereotypical 90s.
You can check out the full It’s All There video advertisement by All-4-One for Xbox All Access down below.
After enjoying this video it’s important to keep in mind that Xbox All Access is still only available at a few retail stores (Microsoft, Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Gamestop) and online in the US. The Xbox Series X subscription is available for $34.99 for 24 months, Xbox Series S is $24.99 for 24 months, and Xbox One S is available for $22.99 for 24 months or you can upgrade to Xbox Series X after 18 months.
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