A starter bundle for the normal Xbox One S typically retails for €299.99, though you can find discounts if you shop around.
As for launch details, Quandt claims that the Xbox One S All Digital will be available in Europe on May 17th, 2019 for €229.99, which translates to around $260 Dollars.
The device will look almost identical to the current Xbox One S, but without a drive slot.
Microsoft is usually pretty good at keeping Xbox secrets, but we now have a good picture of what the upcoming Xbox One S All Digital console will look like.
These games include Minecraft, Sea Of Thieves and Forza Horizon 3, with more games available via the Store and Game Pass. It is expected that pre-orders will be opened up shortly after the launch with availability starting from 7 May in Europe.
Microsoft Xbox One S All-Digital Edition.
The console is the spitting image of the Xbox One S but with a cleaner design thanks to its lack of a disc drive.
So even though we don't have an official announcement, the evidence is mounting that Microsoft is indeed planning to launch an all-digital Xbox One S soon.
Much like Sony, Microsoft is now gearing up for the next console generation. After all, the next-gen Xbox is rumored to have an all-digital, disc-less variant as well.
All signs point to Microsoft unveiling the next-gen Xbox at E3 2019 in June, and Microsoft may want to avoid potentially confusing the market by making a big hubbub about its all-digital Xbox One S so close to E3.