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Microsoft formally unveils the disc-less Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, out in May
Microsoft’s long-rumoured disc-less Xbox One has finally been made official. It’s called the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition and launches on 7th May.
A disc-less Xbox One was first mooted last year, by reliable tech website Thurrott, with reports suggesting that it would have a sub-$200 USD price point, and release some time this spring. And it looks like Thurrott got it mostly right, with Microsoft today confirming that the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will cost $249.99 USD.
The digital-only Xbox One S, which is identical to the regular Xbox One S minus the optical drive, will be bundled with three games – Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3, and Sea of Thieves. Those that purchase the new console will also be able to get a three-month trial of Xbox Game Pass for $1 USD. Pre-orders open today via the Microsoft Store and select retailers.
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