Microsoft was planning a disc-free, all-digital version of its Xbox. It was predicted that the company will soon launch its first game console without an optical drive. Now, we’ve found some leaked images and a handful of specs of the Xbox One S All-Digital to examine as launch day approaches. The new information was obtained by WinFuture. The console looks similar to the Xbox One S without a slot for discs. The console is going to come packing a 1TB hard drive. It has a 4K video playback and HDR and gives you enough room to do without physical media. A starter bundle for the normal Xbox One S normally retails for €299.99. The leak indicates the price includes a single controller and 3 preinstalled games, Minecraft, Sea Of Thieves and Forza Horizon 3.
The release date is Tuesday, April 16 and the console will go on sale in Europe from May 7. The Game Pass also gives users access to an ever-expanding library of more than 100 games and you can download your desired one for free. The Xbox One S All Digital almost completely matches the normal Xbox One S. But, Microsoft has virtually erased the drive on the front. The device has a 1 terabyte hard drive and provides sufficient space for the installation of games. It comes with only a single Xbox One Wireless Controller in the standard color of white next to the console. Other features of the Xbox One S All Digital console are listed on the box of the device.