The Xbox One S All-Digital console, Microsoft's first disc-less Xbox, is reportedly getting unveiled this week.
WinFuture.de images look very much like the renders we saw last month; however its packaging shots include full descriptive text rather than placeholder type and text boxes.
The marketing images show an Xbox One S that looks nearly identical to the current model minus the black slot in front for the optical disc drive. Then you see the phrase "Disc-Free Gaming" in various European languages. With support for 4K Ultra HD videos, this storage space could also be eaten up by movies.
According to the source, Microsoft will launch the Xbox One S All Digital tomorrow, at a special event.
All signs point to Microsoft unveiling the next-gen Xbox at E3 2019 in June, and Microsoft may want to avoid potentially confusing the market by making a big hubbub about its all-digital Xbox One S so close to E3. WinFuture quotes an MSP of €229.99 in Europe which equates to £199.99 in the UK.
Again, we must stress that Microsoft has yet to officially announce the all-digital Xbox One S, but the leaks have remained pretty consistent with one another. In other words, we could be looking at a quarter of the price shaved off.