Microsoft has officially unveiled the first disc-less Xbox, as rumoured.
The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition (opens in new tab) can only play games that are downloaded or streamed from the internet, as there is no disc slot. That means it loses 4K Blu-ray support, so it may not be high on the list of those with big Blu-ray collections.
The console, which goes on sale next month, ships with a 1TB hard drive along with cloud storage for games, films, back-ups, saves and the like. It also comes with Minecraft, Forza 3 and Sea Of Thieves pre-installed.
It will ship on 7th May and cost $249. Pre-orders are already live in the US. UK pricing is yet to be announced, but as the current Xbox One S, complete with disc slot, is available for under £200, we'd expect it to be around that mark.
Microsoft isn't the only one working on a new console. The Sony PlayStation 5 may feature Dolby Atmos and 8K graphics, according to a Sony exec, though the PS5 won't launch until next year.