(Pocket-lint) - The Xbox One S All-Digital edition console will reportedly be released on 7 May.
In addition, the site claims to have seen official images of the machine, including a box shot, and has recreated them in Photoshop to protect its sources. If accurate, they show a white device that looks very much like a conventional Xbox One S, expect a lot smaller and without the disc drive, of course.
The name "Xbox One S All-digital" can be seen clearly on the front of the box, which complies with an earlier rumour.
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The release date also matches previous speculation, with an unveiling still likely to happen in April and a pre-order period to take place up to the second week of May.
According to Windows Central, the new Xbox One will come with a 1TB hard drive and Forza Horizon 3, Sea of Thieves and Minecraft - all of which bundled as digital download codes.
It is not known whether there will be any promotions on a Xbox Game Pass subscription. Xbox Game Pass will be a key feature for the All-digital edition considering it offers more than 200 games for one monthly free.
Pricing for the console is also still unknown at present.