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Is a digital-only Xbox One launching next month?

There's been another sighting of the disc-free Xbox, with what looks like a May release date here in Europe.

There have been whispers abound that Microsoft is working on a disc-free version of the Xbox One, and more fuel has been thrown on the fires of speculation with the latest report seeming to reveal a €229.99 pricepoint as well as confirming the previously-rumoured May 7 release date.

As reported by WinFuture (and shared on Twitter by Wario64), the "All Digital" Xbox One S is going to launch in Europe on May 7, and apparently the console will boast a 1TB hard drive. The same images also indicate a trio of games to be included in the deal, with Sea of Thieves, Forza Horizon 3, and Minecraft said to be included as part of the disc-free bundle.

There's still no official word from Microsoft on the matter, however, given the growing evidence around the digital-only console, it seems to be only a matter of time before the platform holder shows something, especially with the console apparently due within a month.

Is a digital-only Xbox One launching next month?

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