[Exclusive] Microsoft Has An All-Digital, White Xbox Series X In The Works

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Story Highlights

  • Microsoft is planning to release a digital Xbox Series X somewhere between June and July this year.
  • The black color of the existing console will be swapped with white, and it’ll be all-digital. 
  • The price of the digital Xbox Series X is unknown, but it could be lower than the current model. 

Microsoft is currently working to release a white-colored Xbox Series X with no disc reader, sources close to eXputer have revealed confidential footage to confirm it to us. This all-digital console is expected to be released sometime between the upcoming months of June and July, but there are chances for a slight delay on that front as well. 

The Price Of The White Xbox Series X

We currently do not have accurate information depicting the price of this console, but since it’s digital-only, the white Xbox Series X could be $50-$100 lower than the MSRP of the current Xbox Series X with 1 TB storage. For reference, the latter is $499.99 in the US, Japan, Chile, Brazil, and Colombia; costing more in other regions, such as Canada and Australia, due to Microsoft’s price hike from last year.

The Xbox Series X
The Xbox Series X

Other Improvements 

Beyond the color switch-up and the lack of an optical disc drive (ODD), the other changes made to the white Xbox Series X shown to us include an improved heatsink and an upgraded Nexus card as opposed to the one on the current Xbox Series X. We are unable to share images of the new console at the time due to the secrecy of the matter. 

More On Xbox: 

In other news, Xbox held a business podcast lately, revealing that four platform-exclusive titles, which have now been revealed to be Grounded, Pentiment, Sea of Thieves, and Hi-Fi Rush are headed to Sony and Nintendo platforms. Within the podcast, Xbox president Sarah Bond also teased the future of Xbox, saying that the company is bent on delivering the biggest “technical leap” with the next Xbox hardware line-up. 

We’re also invested in the next-generation roadmap. What we’re really focused on there is delivering the largest technical leap you will have ever seen in a hardware generation, which makes it better for players and better for creators and the visions that they’re building.” 

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The hell is a \"Nexus card\"? Maybe try and explain terms that aren\'t that common.


Now i am Starting to save my money for this


Xbox is full of it BC the current Xbox series S and X aren\'t true next gen anything maybe new ray tracing software lol

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My name is Álvaro. I am a Spaniard living in the Netherlands and a lawyer by profession. In my spare time, I create informative content about the video game industry, with a special focus on Xbox.

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