New Xbox console to be released this year and they will be all-digital

How do you feel about all-digital consoles?
  • The new consoles will be all-digital
  • They will also be somewhat cheaper than the disk versions
  • The new consoles might also come with a new Xbox haptic controller

Published on Feb 29, 2024 at 7:17PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 1, 2024 at 1:38PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

The rumor mill seems to be hard at work as there’s more news about brand-new Xbox consoles coming later this year.

Microsoft seems to be planning to release a new all-white Xbox Series X console that will be all-digital.

The new console will also feature minor upgrades and a cheaper price than the current Xbox Series X console.

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The rumor also confirms some details from the previously leaked documents from the company’s recent FTC court trial.

The documents mentioned that the company was working on two new Xbox consoles to be released later this year.

However, one of these consoles might be coming sooner than we expected.

According to a recent leak, the new all-white console will be getting a June or July release.

Microsoft has also confirmed that it will be hosting a big June showcase, so it is likely to be unveiled during the event.

However, Xbox CEO, Phil Spencer, also teased an exciting new hardware release dropping this holiday season.

He might have been referring to the Xbox Series S refresh that was leaked to be coming by the end of 2024.

So we might be getting an all-digital Xbox Series X this summer and an Xbox Series S, come holiday season.

The new all-digital Xbox Series X console will feature a 1TB storage and is speculated to be $50-$100 cheaper.

The all-white will also include an improved heatsink and an upgraded Nexus card.

So, you can expect WiFi 6E support from the new console.

Other than that, there are also talks of a new Xbox controller, which will be a significant upgrade from the current controllers.

The biggest improvement would be the addition of haptics, similar to the PlayStation’s dualsense controllers.

However, if you are an Xbox fan, take these rumors with a grain of salt until you get official word from Microsoft.

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