The release date for Microsoft’s disc-less Xbox One S just leaked

Ruben Fields
March 21, 2019

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 a report by Windows Central, the disc-less Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will release globally on May 7, 2019. Assuming the console will be officially revealed in April as previous reports have indicated, information pertaining to pricing info and an official release date should be known soon.

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. The leaks also show that the new Xbox One will be bundled with three different high-profile games, including Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3.

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Thanks to the ever-churning rumor mill, we already knew Microsoft is working on a disc-less version of the Xbox One S (codenamed Xbox Maverick). Windows Central also took it upon themselves to mock up their own version of the console's potential box art based off the pictures that they have seen of the device so far. Though many of Microsoft's games are available through the Xbox Game Pass service, Windows Central reported that there isn't a subscription deal bundled with the new console.

In addition, the site claims to have seen official images of the machine, including a box shot, and has recreated them in Photoshop to protect its sources.

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