When we last heard about the rumored Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, a disc-less version of the Xbox One S, it was said to be released at some point this coming May. Now, thanks to a new report, a more specific date for the new console’s release has now been unveiled.
In a report from Windows Central, it is stated that the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will launch on May 7, 2019. Windows Central says this information stems from documentation that the publication was able to get ahold of. In addition, this potential release date is said to be planned for a simultaneous worldwide launch. A reveal of the new Xbox One device is said to be arriving at some point in mid-April.
Furthermore, information regarding what would come bundled with the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition has also been divulged. Reportedly, the system will contain a 1TB HDD along with digital download codes for Sea of Thieves, Forza Horizon 3, and Minecraft. 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. You can see this in the featured image up top.
It’s worth noting that none of this information is verified whatsoever just yet, so be sure that you don’t take it all as truth at this moment. That said, we should be learning more about the existence of the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition in the very near future.
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