During the April edition of its Inside Xbox live show, Microsoft uncovered the newest member of the Xbox One family: The frequently-leaked Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. As the name suggests, the All-Digital Edition doesn't have a disc drive, which means the only way to play games on this console is to download them.
While the new version of the console lacks a disc drive, Microsoft makes up for that by bundling the All-Digital Edition with three of the Xbox One's most popular titles: Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3. The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will retail for $249.99 ($50 less than the standard Xbox One S), but Microsoft says that the All-Digital Edition will always be $50 less than the standard Xbox One S, even during sales.
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