"All Digital" Xbox One S launch details and price leaked

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

“All Digital” Xbox One S launch details and price leaked

It's an excellent companion to Microsoft's Game Pass (which may soon be bundled with Xbox Live) allowing new console owners to download and play from a rotating list of hundreds of increasingly awesome games.

Even though the Xbox One S all-digital edition is launching at a budget price, it will still provide some decent power for those looking to upgrade from the standard Xbox One console. Codenamed "Xbox Maverick", the system has been the subject of several leaks over the past few weeks, with the basic details being the removal of the disc drive in favor of a hard drive.

The Xbox One S All-Digital looks nearly identical to the Xbox One S, and comes with a 1TB hard drive.

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According to the source, Microsoft will launch the Xbox One S All Digital tomorrow, at a special event. With support for 4K Ultra HD videos, this storage space could also be eaten up by movies. This packaging is for an Xbox One S All Digital bundled with Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3. That all matches up with leaked information previously shared by Windows Central, which has also published mock up images similar to the newly leaked ones. Microsoft is also said to allow users to choose the games for their console.

It is set to be launched in April to hit the European market on the 7th May.

The console is the spitting image of the Xbox One S but with a cleaner design thanks to its lack of a disc drive.

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