Microsoft’s ‘All Digital’ Xbox One S will be disc-free: Reports

We are going past a lot of rumors regarding Microsoft about to launch a disc-free Xbox One, and finally, there are some images over the internet which has provided a real tone to the rumors. One of the leading tech websites recently showed off the pictures of Xbox One S All Digital model without any details regarding the specifications of the gaming console.

A report says that the design of the console is just similar to what one can expect from the console without a disc drive. So finally, here is an Xbox One S without a Blu-ray drive. Though this time Microsoft will be selling the console without the drive, the thing that should be counted is still inside the console.

Local sources say that the new disc-less console from Microsoft will be equipped with a 1TB hard drive and will come preinstalled with Forza Horizon 3, Minecraft and Sea of Thieves in order to provide a head start to the players.

There have been some of the confirmed reports that the new disc-less version of the gaming console will be available for sale in the market starting from April 16, and it will be available for the customers in Europe until May 7th. Similarly, other countries will also get a similar time frame regarding the launching of the product and the gaming console would be sold for as less as €230, or about $260. Though there may be differences in the cost of the gaming consoles depending upon countries, so one should not be surprised.

Microsoft has designed the new disc-free Microsoft One keeping in mind the maximum number of players that are purchasing games online rather than purchasing physical copies. With this version of Xbox One Microsoft is actually looking forward to preparing for its next-generation Xbox line.

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