Xbox One S All-Digital Edition revealed

The newest member of the Xbox Family

An all-digital console. This was talked about towards the back-end of last year, when rumours started to circle that Xbox were working on an all-digital console, that would get rid of the optical drive you find in your Xbox now. Well, on Inside Xbox last night, we got the confirmation that it was coming.

The Xbox One S All digital edition.

We didn’t get much else in terms of details, other than that it is a sole digital console, for those gamers that have all their content digitally. Whether that`s a game or streaming through services such as Netflix, the digital edition gets away with the optical drive and gives gamers that option to have a console that is solely digital.

We got a release date of 7th May 2019, with a US price of $249.99, so I would expect it to launch around £199.99 UK price, but we don’t have confirmation on that just yet.

Full details on Xbox Wire


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