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

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

Dubbed "Xbox One S All-Digital Edition", this disc-less Xbox has already been leaked a new one comes with images and more details.

Over the last few months, we have heard some rumors flying around about an all-digital Xbox One releasing sometime this year, meaning the console would have no disk drive to pop a physical copy of a game into. It does come with a 1TB hard drive with Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3 pre-installed.

According to the source, Microsoft will launch the Xbox One S All Digital tomorrow, at a special event. This is is too high considering an Xbox One S bundle costs $248 now. With support for 4K Ultra HD videos, this storage space could also be eaten up by movies. It is expected that pre-orders will be opened up shortly after the launch with availability starting from 7 May in Europe. Furthermore, the console will come with one Xbox One S controller as previous Xbox One consoles have.

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It sounds as though you won't have long to wait to get your hands on the latest iteration of the Xbox One. We should see an official announcement later this week, as early as April 16th, with the European release reportedly set for May 7th.

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.