A series of rumors which surfaced in the past claimed that Microsoft is working on a disc-less Xbox One variant aimed at people who prefer to buy their games digitally. It was codenamed Xbox Maverick, but we recently found out that its name would be Xbox One S “All-Digital Edition.” Xbox Maverick would launch in May.
Disc-less Xbox One would come out in May, before E3 2019
A reliable source claims that the rumors are real and the new Xbox One model would be released across all the existing Xbox markets which can be found in the world. A previous report suggested that Microsoft will reveal the disc-less Xbox One and another premium variant during the E3 conference which is scheduled for June. Microsoft has plenty of time at its disposal, and it may change its options in the following weeks.
However, some analysts believe that Microsoft will reveal the next generation of Xbox consoles at E3. It is thought that the device will offer a substantial power improvement in that will overtake the native 4K capabilities of the Xbox One X. Accordingly, the disc-less Xbox One, the Xbox Maverick, would come out before E3, in May.
The firsts clues which suggested that Microsoft is working on a next-generation console surfaced in 2017 when the device was first spotted under the codename of Xbox Scarlett. At E3 2018 Xbox chief Phil Spencer teased that the company is hard at work on the internal architecture of a new Xbox console and promised that the device would be able to impose a new benchmark for console gaming.
Microsoft might announce next-generation consoles at E3 2019
Several sources note that Microsoft plans to two consoles at the start. Xbox Anaconda will be a powerhouse, employing the latest AMD processor to deliver unrivaled performance and a high-power AMD GPU should provide an impressive graphical experience, but the price could be on par with the improved specifications.
Xbox Lockhart will be a budget version, but most details have remained shrouded in mystery at this point. It is likely that it is based on the Xbox One S and the features provided should be more than enough for the average gamer.
Until Microsoft provides an official announcement, we can only hope that the next generation of Xbox consoles and the disc-less Xbox One will be as great as they appear to be.
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