More Details About the Xbox One S All-Digital Console Have Leaked

More Details About the Xbox One S All-Digital Console Have Leaked

The console called Xbox One S All-Digital.

In terms of design, we expect the All-Digital Edition to look exactly like the Xbox One S - albeit without an eject button and disc drive.

Product shots suggest that the console will have 1TB of storage space and will naturally be bundled with three of Microsoft's blockbuster games in an effort to go fully digital.

Windows Central was the conveyor of the Xbox One S All-Digital release date leak.


This is rumoured to be up to $100 cheaper than the Xbox One S, which now has an RRP of £249.99 in the UK. Codenamed Xbox Maverick, the console will purportedly only run digital games bought from the built-in store, or accessed via a streaming service à la Google Stadia. It doesn't sound like there will be a long period of time before reveal and launch either, as a new report today claims the new console will release in early May. That information was made available to Windows Central by documents they received, the report said.

Of course, this could all change as nothing is set in stone just yet, so we'll keep our ear to the ground and will update this section as soon as we hear any new release date details. Though it couldn't give us any details on pricing, Windows Central did show us a mock-up of what its box could look like, which you can see above.

How much will the Xbox One S All-Digital cost? There have also been rumors that it could come with certain games installed already, which means users might be able to pick and choose before they order their console. Windows Central also took it upon themselves to mock up their own version of the console's potential box art based off the pictures that they have seen of the device so far.

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