Taking a cue from Google and following their original plan, Introducing, the Xbox One S All-Digital.


Credit: Microsoft

Recently Microsoft unveiled their newest console, a Disc-less Console called Xbox One S and like the other Console that was announced by Google, this will be All-Digital. Release Date: May 7th 2019

What’s the Difference?

One of the things that makes this different is that it will not include is a blu-ray drive, which means if you’ve been using a console to play your Blu-Ray movies, DVDs then you’ll need to stick with that other Xbox for your media and physical disc games. This was one of Microsoft’s big selling points when unveiling this new Console; knocking $50 off slightly.

It’ll include a 1 TB HDD, the hardware is exactly the same as the original Xbox One S consoles, only difference as mentioned before is that it doesn’t come with 4K Blu-Ray Drive.

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is $50 less than Xbox One S and we expect to maintain at least this price difference between the two consoles

Jeff Gattis, General Manager of Platform and Devices Marketing at Microsoft.

What games does the system come with?

The Video Games that were announced to be bundled with this console is Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3. These three games will be digital of course, one of the other selling points of this new system is building a Digital Game Library by putting your games and the game saves on the Cloud, to take them when you’re on the go.

Sea of Thieves Gameplay Trailer

For more information on the new console, head over to The Verge or Microsoft

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