Microsoft has officially announced the Xbox One S All Digital Edition.
The disc-less console will retail for $250, however that price will fluctuate, to ensure that it is always $50 cheaper than a standard Xbox One S. You’ll be able to get your hands on one May 7, 2019.
Also announced, in tandem with the Xbox One All Digital Edition, is the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. This new subscription service combines Game Pass and Xbox Gold into a single tier for $15 a month.
I like the sleek look of the console, and I’m all for digital distribution as I haven’t bought a physical copy of a video game in over 6 years. However, there is something odd about a console with no disc drive. I just can’t put my finger on it.