Cheaper, all-digital Xbox One reportedly arriving this fall

Posted January 30, 2014 by Guilherme Jacobs in Video Games

A NeoGAF user has posted several leaks related to Microsoft, one of the most interesting was confirmed by The Verge‘s own sources, and that is the arrival of an all-digital Xbox One. The report states that this new version of the console will be white, as is the employee-only version, and it will not feature the Blu-ray disc drive, instead going for a digital only strategy. The console would come with a 1TB hard drive, double the size of the standard version, and it would be $100 cheaper, going for $399 at retail.

According to The Verge, a white, 500GB, Xbox One will come with Insomniac’s Sunset Overdrive in October, with the 1TB release following in November, and Microsoft has been making tests with it. Whether or not it’ll reach the market is unclear, as Microsoft has not commented on the rumor. The NeoGAF leaker also posted what he claims is a limited edition bundle with the regular Xbox One and Titanfall.

Would you buy a disc-less Xbox One?


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