Xbox One S ‘All Digital’ leak reveals disc-less console

Doris Richards
April 15, 2019

Over the last few months, we have heard some rumors flying around about an all-digital Xbox One releasing sometime this year, meaning the console would have no disk drive to pop a physical copy of a game into.

The All Digitial Xbox One S will fulfil Microsoft's original vision of the Xbox One, that being a device which relies only on digital media and requires a broadband connection to get games and other media. The console will come bundled with a white Xbox One controller and will come pre-loaded with Forza Horizon 3, Minecraft, and Sea of Thieves.

On the bottom border of the box we see that this is a 1TB model which can still play 4K and HDR entertainment but another icon reminds the buyer that there is no disc playing on this console.

As for launch details, Quandt claims that the Xbox One S All Digital will be available in Europe on May 17th, 2019 for €229.99, which translates to around $260 Dollars. The console is expected to launch in Europe on May 7 priced at €229.99 (around $260). If you want to download any more games, you'll have to do so digitally through the Xbox Games Store.

On the topic of pricing, optimistic projections appear to have been dashed.

Again, we must stress that Microsoft has yet to officially announce the all-digital Xbox One S, but the leaks have remained pretty consistent with one another. Hence, the launch price for the disc-less version doesn't look very persuasive for consumers.

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