A German site has released new images revealing a form and some information on the upcoming Microsoft gaming platform, a non-reader version of the CD-ROM from its current Xbox One S platform.
WinFuture said it received a lot of information on the new Xbox One All Digital platform, which is only for games, but also received photos and details of the hardware, prices and launch date.
The images released by the site showed a similar platform in the current version of the Xbox One S platform, but highlights "Disc-free Gaming" in its package, which also states that the platform includes 1 TB of storage and support for 4K and HDR.
Disc-free Gaming means that Xbox One S All Digital will be based entirely on games downloaded from the Internet as the only source of play, with 3 games arriving with the previously installed platform, Minecraft, Sea Of Thieves, Forza Horizon 3.
If the user wants more games, he has to buy them from the Microsoft Store or Game Pass, which provides access to a library of over 100 games that can be downloaded for free with a monthly subscription fee.
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WinFuture said that Microsoft plans to launch the Xbox One S All Digital platform for € 229.99 and will arrive with only one wireless controller. The platform and the console will be white.
The platform will be available in Europe from 7 May, assuming that the pre-order will start before that date, after the scheduled date of 16 April.