Apparently, the all digital Xbox One S will be releasing on the 7th of May. A new leak has now revealed what the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition and its box look like.
Windows Central was the conveyor of the Xbox One S All-Digital release date leak. However, documents obtained by Windows Central suggest that the Disc-less Xbox One S will have the cheapest retail price of the current Xbox line-up.
Check out additional information about the stream via the official Xbox Wire blog post, and we'll make sure to bring you more news as it comes out - so keep it locked to Shacknews for more updates.
Unsurprisingly with an all-digital spin, the Blu-Ray drive has been ditched, along with the (now moot) eject button.More news: Trump says ISIS will be eliminated 'tonight'
This seems to be the first step in Microsoft's plan to launch a wave of new consoles, as it's planning on releasing the Xbox "Scarlett" consoles, codenamed "Lockhart" and "Anaconda" as its next-gen machines.
No pricing has been revealed, but Windows Central reports that it will have the lowest RRP of all Xbox One consoles.
Those looking to pick up an Xbox One can grab the console right now at a great price thanks to deals and bundles online retailers often run. There have also been rumors that it could come with certain games installed already, which means users might be able to pick and choose before they order their console.
According to Windows Central, the image you see at the top of this story is an accurate representation of the product shot that the site received recreated in Photoshop to protect the source.