Published: Thu, March 21, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Reported to Release on May 7

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Reported to Release on May 7

Some of the product images of the Xbox One S All-Digital that Windows Central received which showed off the console's box art also revealed storage and game bundle details pertaining to the device. Today, we're getting a glimpse at what its box art could look like, along with a rumored launch date for the console.

According to the leaks, the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition looks almost identical to the existing Xbox One S. The white, box-shaped console will be half-glossy and half-pin spotted and will sit on a black box-shaped base. According to new documentation received by Windows Central, the console could launch simultaneously across all existing Xbox markets a few weeks later on May 7, 2019. All three games are listed at the bottom, alongside the mention of a 1TB hard drive. Now, thanks to a new report, a more specific date for the new console's release has now been unveiled.

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The three games that WindowsCentral is reporting are Forza Horizon 3, Sea of Thieves and Minecraft. That said, we should be learning more about the existence of the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition in the very near future. Along with that, the images featured on WindowsCentral are also mockups made by them to protect the origin of the images.

Obviously, it still hasn't been formally announced by Microsoft, but it looks pretty clear that this digital box is coming, and if WindowsCentral is to be believed, it should be fairly soon!

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