All Digital Xbox One S Leaked, Launching May 7 in Europe
The long-rumored all-digital Xbox One s has finally leaked online and it is set to real just next month a price of around $250.
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. Well, apparently that speculation has turned out to be true and the all-digital system has now leaked online.
Wario64 shared our first look at the diskless console as well as a price, storage capacity, and release date. Well at least in Europe. The system will launch on May 7, for €229.99, which will presumably translate to $250. It will also contain 1TB of storage. You can take a look at the system in the tweet below.
— Wario64 (@Wario64) April 13, 2019
It is also worth noting that it will come pre-installed with Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3, which is a nice way to put the cherry on top of this deal.
I definitely believed that this console was real, I just thought that it was going to cost $199. I think the $250 is just a tad too much because you can find deals on the regular Xbox One s or a refurbished one for that price or cheaper all the time. I understand that the all-digital version comes with three games pre-installed, but none of those games are real system sellers. A six month or one year to Xbox Game Pass would have been a more justified option in my opinion. Microsoft would have been able to advertise that you could get the console and immediately dive into a large catalog of games for one low set price.