Comically low resolution leaked images suggest that a white digital-only Xbox Series X could be coming soon

New Images Leak of White Xbox Series X Console Without Disc Drive

New images have surfaced online showcasing what appears to be a white Xbox Series X console without a disc drive. These leaked images, originally shared by the gaming blog Exputer, were reportedly obtained by renowned Xbox leaker ‘eXtas1s’, who believes this variant of the console will be released later this year.

Despite the low quality of the photos, which feature pixelated edges making it challenging to observe finer details, the images depict an Xbox Series X console in a sleek white color reminiscent of the Robot White Xbox Series S. Notably, the absence of a visible disc drive indicates that this particular model may only support digital games.

While the design of the console seems authentic, it’s important to note that this information has not been officially confirmed. ‘eXtas1s’ has a mixed track record with leaks, as seen in a previous instance where they inaccurately claimed the release date for the RPG Baldur’s Gate 3 on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

Adorably all digital?

This isn’t the first time rumors have circulated about a digital-only Xbox Series X console. Documents from a previous Federal Trade Commission (FTC) lawsuit against Microsoft hinted at a digital-only system codenamed “Brooklin”. The concept was described as “the most powerful Xbox ever, now adorably all digital.”

While there is no information available regarding the potential pricing of this rumored console, it could potentially offer a more affordable option compared to the original Xbox Series X model priced at $499 / £479.