It’s been rumoured for months, and now Microsoft could finally be preparing to launch a new Xbox One console.
Reports suggest that Microsoft will reveal the new console, called the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, tomorrow.
The new console looks similar to the Xbox One S but has no disc drive, meaning gamers won’t be able to play Xbox One game discs, DVDs, or Blu-Rays on the console.
Instead, the console will only run digital games – hence the ‘All-Digital’ title.
Ahead of the big reveal, WinFuture has posted photos and details of the alleged console.
The report indicates that the console will ship with a 1TB hard drive, support for 4K UHD video playback, and High Dynamic Range (HDR).
In terms of price, rumours suggest the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will cost around £199 – considerably cheaper than the Xbox One S, which currently costs £249.99.
Unsurprisingly, Microsoft has remained tight-lipped on the new console, and it remains unclear whether the April 16 reveal date is correct, or the result of rumours.
Watch this space!
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