Leaked: Microsoft's Xbox One S All Digital console

“All Digital” Xbox One S launch details and price leaked

“All Digital” Xbox One S launch details and price leaked

Microsoft will make a major change to its Xbox series this year with its disc-less Xbox console.

It will be interesting to see how successful the Xbox One S All Digital turns out to be for Microsoft.

Rumor mill: Microsoft's long rumored disc-less Xbox One S has shown up in a leak from WinFuture.de and offers a glimpse at what the console could look like. Codenamed "Xbox Maverick", the system has been the subject of several leaks over the past few weeks, with the basic details being the removal of the disc drive in favor of a hard drive. This is is too high considering an Xbox One S bundle costs $248 now.

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Now a German site has not only confirmed the system's release but also revealed that it'll ship with Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3 and Sea of Thieves pre-installed.

The Xbox One S All Digital will support 4 K Ultra HD and HDR, and feature a 1 TB HDD.

The latest leak is similar to what Windows Central reported last month. It's an excellent companion to Microsoft's Game Pass (which may soon be bundled with Xbox Live) allowing new console owners to download and play from a rotating list of hundreds of increasingly awesome games. There's no word on whether Microsoft will bundle its subscription service, Xbox Game Pass along with it. It's a little bit odd that we haven't had an official announcement from Microsoft itself in regards to the new hardware, especially if it is aiming for a May 7 launch, but perhaps Microsoft doesn't want to distract from the next-generation Xbox.

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