Microsoft First to Announce All-Digital Console ‘Xbox One S All-Digital Edition’ Priced at $249.99
During the latest streamed episode of Inside Xbox, Microsoft decided it was time to announce their all-digital console, but instead of simply releasing a more powerful console, the company decided to stick with what is tried and true and release the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition for $249.99.
The console resembles the Xbox One S in many ways, except, well you know, the lack of a disc tray. Owners will be able to experience everything that current Xbox One owners can except for the ability to purchase physical games.
The new console will be available on May 7 and pre-orders are open now. The company has plans to keep the all-digital console at a $50 minimum difference to its counterpart and this will include upcoming sales or promotions. The console will come standard with a 1 terabyte hard drive and will include Minecraft, Seas of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3.
Additionally, those who purchase the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will be able to sign up for three months of Xbox Game Pass for $1, which grants them access to a library of digital titles.
The company also released a short trailer set to a comedic tone as they recount how they were able to come up with the idea of the console.
you can watch the debut video below:
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