It’s been rumoured for months, and there are many gamers out there who have been clamouring for the release of a disc-less console. Today though those rumours and dreams come true as Microsoft announce the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition.
No matter how much you may not agree with it, the digital world is here to stay and that means at some point in time, the gaming scene needs to fully embrace a disc-less world. That is what Microsoft are hoping for with the release of the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, as they remove the discdrive from the standard Xbox One S, take a few quid off the price tag, and hope to usher in a new era of gaming.
Offering choice is something that has to be done at every level, and with the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, that is what is being provided. With the digital transformation taking place across all media, and the huge success of the digital downloads that the Xbox Game Pass brings, it makes complete and utter sense to see a digital only console.
The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition has been created for those who prefer to find and play their games digitally, looking for the most affordable way to play Xbox games and with it coming bundles with Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3 and Sea of Thieves, MS have certainly put together an appealing package.
That becomes even more appealing when you consider the price of Xbox One S All-Digital and with it available at $249 – a whole $50 less than a standard S – those looking for a cheap way into the Xbox gaming world are well catered for.
You can pick up the disc-free Xbox One S All-Digital Edition at your local Microsoft Store or online from 7th May 2019.
Now, where’s that disc-less Xbox One X please, Microsoft?