Following its release in the United States and other parts of the world in May, the Xbox One S All-Digital edition will be released in Australia and New Zealand on August 1st. In advance, Microsoft started receiving pre-orders starting today, July 22, in the ANZ regions.
The All-Digital edition is aimed at people who want to switch between discs and save money. There are no disk drives with this model, and for this reason, Microsoft sells it for only $ 350 AUD. The console has a 1 TB hard drive.
The console includes digital copies of Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3 and Sea of Thieves. Also includes an Xbox Live one month subscription. You can order it now from a variety of stores, including Microsoft Store, JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman.
Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is part of the Xbox One family, along with standard versions of the system like the Xbox One S and Xbox One X. Looking to the future, Microsoft's next-generation console, Project Scarlett, has a record.
In America, the Xbox One S All-Digital edition is currently marked for $ 200 USD.
Xbox One completely digital is generating a certain amount of controversy. One of the largest video game retailers in the world, GameStop, does not sell the system, presumably partly due to its lack of disk drives. The retailer continues to talk to Microsoft about how the two companies might be able to work together to sell it, but so far it hasn't happened.