Pre-order your Xbox One S All-Digital Edition for $250
Microsoft recently announced the disc-less Xbox One S All-Digital Edition console at its Inside Xbox live show. The company plans to release the new Xbox One S on May 7.
This new console does not come with a disc drive and this is its major selling point.
You can also enjoy three of the most popular titles of the Xbox One. These games are Sea of Thieves, Minecraft, and Forza Horizon 3.
Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will be available for $249.99. The console allows you to play countless games using your Game Pass on a 1TB hard drive.
Get your Xbox One S now
Microsoft also launched the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate during the Inside Xbox live stream. This is an optional new subscription service that merges Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass.
You can get access to Xbox Live Gold online multiplayer and the full Xbox Game Pass library at $14.99 per month.
Microsoft is expected to launch the Game Pass Ultimate later this year. This deal is perfect for those who don’t like to play games on physical discs.
Additionally, Microsoft also announced another amazing deal for those who are going to register for the first time with their All-Digital Edition console.
Users can enjoy the service for three months by paying only $1. This all-digital console is going to attract gamers who want to use the Xbox Game Pass service, but they don’t have an Xbox.
It is yet to be seen if gamers will buy the new console or get the normal Xbox One S on sale for $200 — available online.
It will be interesting to see if the new version manages to get the attention of the gaming community.
What are your thoughts on this new Xbox One S console? Let us know in the comments section below.
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