Xbox One S All-Digital Officially Announced With Price, Free Games, and Extras
Microsoft has revealed the Xbox One S All-Digital edition. It was rumored in the past but the announcement is official now and the console is launching very soon.
Xbox One S All-Digital edition basically performs as it says in the name of the console. It doesn’t come packed in with a disc drive and the design is 1:1 match to the Xbox One S without any disc drive on the front. It is an all-digital console that is aimed at new users instead of old ones who might have a physical disc so that they can use the disc drive.
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To make the console attractive, Microsoft is offering three free games with it. The confirmed ones are Forza Horizon 3, Sea of Thieves, and Minecraft. The console also comes with a trial for the Xbox Game Pass giving the user access to more than 100 games that can be downloaded and played on the Xbox One.
Xbox One S All-Digital edition sounds great until you take a look at its price. This new console will set you back as much as $249.99 so that is a lot of money compared to the regular Xbox One. It was leaked for the European market earlier where the price was listed as €229.99. For the United States, Microsoft is planning to sell it for $249.99 which is expensive than the old Xbox One S console.
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Microsoft looks to be transitioning to a more digital business with this new console and Xbox Game Pass. It will be interesting to see how they take it further in the future.