Microsoft is planning to roll out a monthly Xbox subscription service called "Xbox All Access" according to Windows Central and The Verge.
The subscription would include an Xbox console, Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass subscriptions — and it would be cheaper than buying each item individually.
It will reportedly only be available to gamers in the US, but if it does well it could be rolled out into new markets.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to roll an Xbox console, Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass into one all-inclusive subscription service called "Xbox All Access."
The new service was teased by The Verge journalist Tom Warren in early August.
In his more recent piece for The Verge, Warren said that the subscription is codenamed "Project Largo."