Microsoft hasn’t unveiled the Xbox One S All Digital Edition, the disc-free version of the popular console, but that’s not stopping anyone from seeing it.
Reputable blog Winfuture.de, which usually gets smartphone photos and renders straight from the source, pulled the same thing with the new Xbox One S.
Unsurprisingly, there isn’t much of a difference in the design of both consoles, because the Xbox One S
Instead, gamers will keep their games on a 1 TB hard drive. Buyers of the new console will also enjoy the fact that on that drive they’ll find Forza Horizon 3, Minecraft and Sea of Thieves.
The official unveiling of the console is set for April 16. If you want it near your TV, the Xbox One S All Digital Edition will start delivering in May and set you back somewhere around 230 euros (according to Winfuture.de).
In the US, the console might be cheaper, at around $200, because there are plenty of Xbox One S regular bundles going for $250.