Thanks to plenty of rumors, we've known that a disc-less version of the Xbox One S has been in the works for a few weeks now - even though Microsoft is yet to publicly acknowledge the new console.
Finally, the documents the site obtained suggest that the Xbox One S All-Digital will arrive on May 7th, 2019. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem like those who pick up an Xbox One S All-Digital will get a free trial to the service, as it isn't mentioned anywhere on the box.
According to WindowsCentral, it will be a simultaneous release in all markets, and the console will ship without a disc drive. Per reports and leaks, Microsoft's upcoming console is a little brother to the Xbox One S, offering a cheaper way into Microsoft's Xbox ecosystem for new gamers. You can see this in the featured image up top.
Unsurprisingly with an all-digital spin, the Blu-Ray drive has been ditched, along with the (now moot) eject button.
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All images from Windows Central. Microsoft has not yet officially confirmed the existence of the new device nor has it spoken about its details, however.
What will the Xbox One S All-Digital offer?
While the All-Digital Edition of the Xbox One S will have the lowest MSRP of any current console in the family, the exact pricing remains an unknown.
Windows Central also published the box art shown above although in order to protect its source, what you're looking at is a recreation of the box art in Photoshop rather than what they were actually provided with.