Earlier this month we have learned through a report that the Xbox One S All-Digital would be released this May. Today, some new information emerged on the console, including a precise release date for all markets.
According to a new report from Windows Central, the Xbox One S All-Digital console will be released on May 7th in all regions. The console will be virtually identical to the regular Xbox One S and it will be sold with a 1TB HDD and Forza Horizon 3, Sea of Thieves, and Minecraft digital codes. Additionally, it seems like the console will be cheapest of all Xbox One models.
The design of the Xbox One S All-Digital appears to be virtually identical to the current Xbox One S, without the disc drive and eject button. The product shots we received seem to indicate that it will come with a 1TB HDD and with Forza Horizon 3, Sea of Thieves, and Minecraft digital codes bundled into the box. It doesn't look as though it will be bundled with Microsoft's Netflix-like subscription service for games, Xbox Game Pass.
Our information suggests that the Xbox One S All-Digital edition will have the lowest recommended retail price (RRP) of all current Xbox One consoles, aimed at newcomers to the ecosystem, although the exact pricing is unknown at this time.
As Microsoft has yet to confirm anything regarding the Xbox One S All-Digital, we must take everything with a grain of salt until official confirmation comes in. If the console is indeed releasing in early May, an official announcement will surely come before long.