Microsoft revealed that Xbox One S All-Digital Edition would be available on May 8th, 2019 at the price of $249.99 (tax included). All items in the package is listed as below:
The console now can be pre-ordered via Microsoft’s official website ¹ or 3rd party retailers including Amazon US ², Walmart ³ and Best Buy ⁴. It is worth noting that out of all of the choices, only Amazon US does support international shipping but just to some specific countries such as Canada, United Kingdom, Japan, Singapore, etc. (checking method can be referred at 3) of NOTE). As the result, players who cannot directly purchase but still want this console have to use 3rd party shipping service. Just like the name suggest, this console does not play physical discs just like the name but all games, saves and backups will be safely stored on the cloud. Thanks to its disc-free trait, users can pre-install upcoming games before hand to able to play immediately at the moment they launch, and can freely carry over digital library into any Xbox One.
1) The currency mentioned in this post is US Dollar, however it may vary based on country/region, hence there are some cases where currency exchange fee charge are required
2) The retailers may offer cheaper price thanks to sale off event
3) Amazon US does support both domestic (US) and international shipping, but they only ship to some specific countries. It’s possible to check if they can or cannot ship by choosing a country from the option “Deliver to (country name here)” showed above the quantity dropdown button 4) It’s possible to request a 3rd party shipping service to purchase these products as a representative, however the customer agrees that use of the service is at entirely customer’s own risk