Over the last few days, the internet has been abuzz with rumors of Xbox All Access, a subscription model of sorts where you can get an Xbox One X or S, bundled with Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold, all for a low monthly price over 24 months with no interest.

Today, Microsoft officially confirmed the rumors, revealing a new webpage for Xbox All Access. Xbox All Access is currently limited to USA customers and is available at any Microsoft Store. Any prospective customers will need a Dell Approved Account. Once approved, you can just walk into a Microsoft Store and choose your bundle. The Xbox One X bundle starts at $34.99 a month, while the Xbox One S bundle starts at $21.99 a month.

Options are always great for consumers and by spreading out the cost over 24 months, this makes gaming affordable for many who might not otherwise be able to jump in. By including Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold, anyone who uses Xbox All Access will also be able to get over 100 games plus any new Xbox One exclusives. It’ll be very interesting to see how this affects Xbox One sales moving forward.