A few months ago rumors circulated about an all-digital Xbox One S console. It was reported at the time that the system didn’t have a disc tray, and would instead rely on digital downloads and Xbox Game Pass to install new games.
Not only is that system actually in development but, according to new sources, it could be coming out as soon as May.
- Sony is skipping E3 and the PS5 could be the reason why
- PS5 could be compatible with the PS1, PS2, PS3 and PS4
- Both next-gen consoles could feature this 7nm AMD chip
These sources spoke confidentially to Windows Central, who reports that the new system – informally called Xbox Maverick and formally to be rebranded as the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition – will be available globally in all regions in May 2019.… Read the full article