Get ready gamers: Reports suggest a new Xbox Series X All-Digital Console is coming soon


New images have surfaced revealing what seems to be a new model of the Xbox Series X console. The leaked pictures depict a white Xbox Series X with a design resembling the current model but lacking a disc drive. The white shade appears similar to that used on the Xbox Series S console and a one-off model seen in a 2022 Logitech advert. It has been suggested that this version includes a few minor hardware upgrades.

Details of the Supposed Xbox Digital Xbox Digital

According to Exputer on X, the leaked digital Xbox console features a better and larger heatsink and could potentially have a price tag of $50-$100 less than the current $499 Xbox Series X console. There are indications that it may launch in June or July of this year. While Microsoft has not officially commented on this leak, The Verge has corroborated these claims by stating that it has seen additional documents suggesting the authenticity of the leaked photos. Xbox Digital

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Last year, leaked legal documents also indicated the existence of a new cylindrical Xbox console as part of a mid-gen refresh strategy. Codenamed “Brooklin” and boasting an all-digital design, the documents revealed a targeted release date of November 2024 and could come with a $499 launch price. Recently, Xbox president Sarah Bond disclosed that Microsoft is actively developing the next-gen Xbox, promising it to be “the largest technical leap” that has ever come to the hardware generation.

Xbox Gaming’s Spreading Across Other Gaming Platforms

Beyond the hardware, Microsoft seems to be shifting its strategy in the gaming industry by making more of its first-party games available on other platforms. Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer has discussed the company’s efforts to foster more open ecosystems on its hardware. He has also expressed interest in seeing other storefronts, such as the Epic Games Store, available on Xbox in the future.

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