Windows Central reports on documents that show the launch date will be in early May.
The Xbox One S All-Digital doesn't feature a built-in Blu-Ray player, which should allow Microsoft to offer the console at a cheaper price point than the standard 1TB Xbox One S, which already costs an affordable £249.99 in the United Kingdom and $299 in the U.S. (bundled with a game) at the time of writing. Today, a few more key details have emerged along with a release date, albeit these are still just rumors.
As digital downloads and online streaming has changed how we consume film, TV, entertainment and games, it's no huge surprise that Microsoft will soon debut its first disc-less console.
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George's Park [England's training base] is that players don't feel it is a huge shift to come and play with the senior team.
Windows Central also suggests that this console will have the lowest RRP of all current models, although we don't have specifics on pricing. The other important thing is that adapting existing Xbox games for Project xCloud should require very little work for developers, compared to porting games to Google's new Stadia cloud-based platform.
Photoshop mockup of the Xbox One S All-Digital edition. But it's expected that the disc-less Xbox One S will come in as the cheapest across the Xbox line.
However it has been confirmed that Halo Infinite won't skip the Xbox One and end up on the next-gen Scarlett console. The box lists the bundled-in games, as well as clear notification that the console is for "Disc-Free Gaming".