Xbox to Reveal New Game Pass Games in Upcoming Stream Series

Kelley Robertson
March 23, 2019

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. Today, we're getting a glimpse at what its box art could look like, along with a rumored launch date for the console.

Why it matters: Microsoft is reportedly adding even more value to its disc-less Xbox One S by bundling download codes for three hit games.

Microsoft briefly showcased its Project xCloud game streaming service last week during its Inside Xbox live stream, but the short demo left us hungry for more. That'll be a global launch too, with the disc-less Xbox One S launching in all existing Xbox markets on the same day.

So when will we see the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition out in the wild?

IF YOU HATE PHYSICAL MEDIA, we have good news for you son, Microsoft is going disc-less with a new Xbox One. Apparently, the All-Digital model will look nearly exactly the same as a standard Xbox One S, only without the disc drive.

The Xbox One S All-Digital doesn't feature a built-in Blu-Ray player, which should allow Microsoft to offer the console at a cheaper price point than the standard 1TB Xbox One S, which already costs an affordable £249.99 in the United Kingdom and $299 in the USA (bundled with a game) at the time of writing.

Windows Central reports that it's received product images of the upcoming console, and has remade them as Photoshop mock-ups. Some games shown off previously at E3 and X018 will be featured in the first stream, but viewers can expect to see new titles as well.

Xbox has announced [email protected] Game Pass, a stream that aims to highlight indie games that are headed to Xbox Game Pass. That said, we should be learning more about the existence of the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition in the very near future.

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