We're getting ever closer to the potential release of the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, which was earlier reported to be coming sometime in May. Today, a report from Windows Central gives us a look at what the console might look like, as well as its retail box.
The images here are renders based on real images, according to the report, in order to protect the identity of the source of the information. As you can tell, the box features a logo indicating that there's no disc drive on the console, and clearly, the disc slot is missing from the picture of the hardware itself, giving the Xbox One S an even cleaner look compared to the original model.
Interestingly, the console will also come with download codes for Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3, giving gamers access to a few Microsoft games right off the bat. To store those games and more, this edition of the Xbox One S will come with a 1TB HDD, which should be enough for plenty of games, seeing as you won't be downloading 4K textures for them.
With three games included and a fairly large amount of internal storage, the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will still have the lowest recommended retail price of all current Xbox One models, though it's not known exactly how much that will be. Currently, most Xbox One S models come with one or two free games and cost $299.
Lastly, the report points to a global simultaneous release on May 7, which is about a month and a half away. It could be available for pre-order some time before that, however, according to a previous report.