It seems to adopt the basic structure of an Xbox One S, just without a drive or eject button.
Documents sent to the outlet indicate that the new console could launch globally on May 7, 2019.
Product shots suggest that the console will have 1TB of storage space and will naturally be bundled with three of Microsoft's blockbuster games in an effort to go fully digital. Assuming the console will be officially revealed in April as previous reports have indicated, information pertaining to pricing info and an official release date should be known soon.
Thanks to the ever-churning rumor mill, we already knew Microsoft is working on a disc-less version of the Xbox One S (codenamed Xbox Maverick). According to Central, their new photoshopped images are recreations based on images they've seen.
The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is exactly what it sounds like, a disc-less Xbox One S that is only compatible with digital downloads rather than physical copies.
Windows Central's piece also gives us a glance at what the console's box art might look like.
The three games that WindowsCentral is reporting are Forza Horizon 3, Sea of Thieves and Minecraft. If that is indeed the plan, it's likely that an official announcement from Microsoft is right around the corner.
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