Xbox highlights that you can get a next-gen console, 24 months of Game Pass Ultimate all at no upfront cost, with Xbox All Access, in its latest commercial.
Titled “Triple Threat,” the ad features Andre Braugher announcing that Xbox All Access joins the ranks of triple threats. “New Xbox console, Game Pass Ultimate, no upfront cost. Xbox All Access joins the ranks of triple threats like the BXR combo, “Live. Laugh. Love,” (ok, maybe not that one), or even me,” he says. At this point, other two Andres show up near him and they all greet each other.
“Good things come in threes. Xbox All Access. Gaming’s Ultimate Triple Threat, from $24.99/month for 24 months,” onscreen lines read at the end of the commercial, which features the song “Festival Royale” by Gabriel Trott.
Braugher was introduced as a world-class instructor on the educational series titled “Figuring it Out”, which includes three main video lessons – each of them focusing on a different topic – money, time, and everything else – to explain the simple logic behind the Xbox All Access.
According to Xbox, Andre’s method of interactive instruction will be done with the aid of his trusty canine sidekick, Sterling the Corgi, and a series of gaming references from the iconic library of Xbox games and characters.