Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Reported to Release on May 7

Xbox One S All Digital Bundled Games Leaked

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition allegedly releases May 7th, box-art leaked

Apparently, the All-Digital model will look nearly exactly the same as a standard Xbox One S, only without the disc drive.

All signs suggest that we will be hearing more about this console in the coming weeks.

Leaked documents obtained by Windows Central revealed the on-sale date, with the new, disc-less version of the Xbox One S being released in all global markets simultaneously.

Late past year, we heard rumours that Microsoft was planning to launch a cheaper "all digital" version of the Xbox One S without a disk drive.

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The name "Xbox One S All-digital" can be seen clearly on the front of the box, which complies with an earlier rumour.

Based on the product shots, it looks like the All-Digital edition will ship with digital codes for Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 4.

Our information suggests that the Xbox One S All-Digital edition will have the lowest recommended retail price (RRP) of all current Xbox One consoles, aimed at newcomers to the ecosystem, although the exact pricing is unknown at this time.

The promotional images acquired show not only the console itself, but also the box it will be sold in. Though many of Microsoft's games are available through the Xbox Game Pass service, Windows Central reported that there isn't a subscription deal bundled with the new console. Along with that, the images featured on WindowsCentral are also mockups made by them to protect the origin of the images.

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