Images of the reportedly incoming Xbox One S All-Digital console have apparently been leaked, alongside a mooted launch date of May 7 2019.
Rumours about the disc-free console, apparently codenamed Maverick, began last year, with the Xbox One S All-Digital name appearing earlier this month.
Windows Central reports that it’s received product images of the upcoming console, and has remade them as Photoshop mock-ups. The images apparently show a console that’s almost visually identical to the Xbox One S, minus a disc drive and eject button on the front-left.
The images also apparently show that the console will come with a 1TB hard drive, plus codes for Sea of Thieves, Minecraft and Forza Horizon 3 (yes, not Horizon 4).
No pricing has been revealed, but Windows Central reports that it will have the lowest RRP of all Xbox One consoles. It’s worth bearing in mind that these are rumours, so much of this information could be changeable.
It’s not the only Xbox we might see appear this year. Rumours of a family of next-gen consoles abound, and Head of Xbox Phil Spencer has recently told employees that they will “go big” at E3 this year following the Google Stadia reveal at GDC this week.
Joe Skrebels is IGN’s UK Deputy Editor, and he still thinks the One S is extremely pretty, like some future-toaster. Follow him on Twitter.
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