Xbox Expands its Lineup with All-Digital Model and Special Edition Consoles; Starting at $499.99

During the Xbox Games Showcase 2024, Microsoft officially unveiled the much-rumored Xbox Series X All-Digital model, expanding their console lineup to cater to various preferences within the gaming community.

The new Xbox Series X All-Digital will debut in a sleek Robot White color, featuring a spacious 1 TB SSD. Alongside it, a special edition console in Galaxy Black with an upgraded 2 TB SSD and the Xbox Series S model in Robot White with a 1 TB SSD were also announced.

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Despite pre-orders not being available just yet, Microsoft has confirmed the pricing for each model. The Xbox Series X All-Digital will be priced at $449.99/€499.99, the Xbox Series S 1 TB in Robot White at $349.99/€349.99, and the Galaxy Black Special Edition at $599.99/€649.99.

The unveiling of the Xbox Series X All-Digital doesn’t come as a complete surprise, as rumors had been circulating for some time, with leaked images surfacing a few months ago. Apart from the absence of a disc drive, the new model remains largely identical to its predecessor, with minor tweaks to the heatsink design.

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While an exact release date is yet to be disclosed, these systems are slated to hit shelves in select markets this Holiday season. Gamers eagerly anticipating the release of these new consoles can expect more updates regarding the precise launch date in a few weeks.

Stay tuned for the latest developments and news on these exciting additions to the Xbox ecosystem.

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