All Digital Xbox One S Leaked, Launching May 7 in Europe

Joanna Estrada
April 14, 2019

We've known for a while that Microsoft is planning a disc-free, all-digital version of its Xbox One S console, and now we've got some leaked images and a handful of specs to pore over as launch day approaches.

Following Microsoft's successful rollout of the Xbox Game Pass subscription service, it makes flawless sense for the company to release the much-rumored digital-only version of its console. The system will launch on May 7, for €229.99, which will presumably translate to $250.

The device will look almost identical to the current Xbox One S, but without a drive slot. This time he has revealed what looks like the official packaging of the upcoming Xbox One S All Digital along with the date of its announcement and release. Furthermore, the console will come with one Xbox One S controller as previous Xbox One consoles have.

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.

These games include Minecraft, Sea Of Thieves and Forza Horizon 3, with more games available via the Store and Game Pass.

All signs point to Microsoft unveiling the next-gen Xbox at E3 2019 in June, and Microsoft may want to avoid potentially confusing the market by making a big hubbub about its all-digital Xbox One S so close to E3. 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.

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