Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Launched – A $250 Disc-Less Xbox One S

Microsoft has just announced the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, the console no has been excited for in a while. Following a series of leaks, Microsoft has finally delivered on the leaks.

The common question with any launch typically goes along the lines of, “What’s new in this {insert product name here}…”. However, it seems like Microsoft seems to be saying, nothing! The new Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is a re-incarnation of the original Xbox One S without a disc drive, and that’s about it. I mean, just look as the announcement trailer.

The new disc-less Xbox One S does come with its advantages though. The new Xbox One S comes with 1TB of internal storage, and that’s about it. And if you’re one of the early adopters of the console, the console comes bundled with three games; Minecraft, Sea Of Thieves, and the last-gen Forza Horizon 3.

With the announcement of the console, Microsoft is finally comfortable bumping up the price of the Xbox One S to $299 again, a console that once sold for $249 before Microsoft dropped the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition in its place. The console is set to hit markets on May the 7th in the USA and Europe. Pre-orders for the console are currently open if you’re into such a console.

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