Microsoft has released multiple versions of their consoles. The Xbox One has multiple options from the core version, Xbox One X, Xbox One S, and all digital-version. The all-digital version is the cheapest option and it seems that Microsoft may launch their next console with a disc-less option as well.

In a new report from Kotaku, a new report, Lockhart, the “lesser” version of the two models of Scarlett, will serve as a disc-less version of the platform. Lockhart will also be less powerful than the Anaconda version.

Honestly, as long as you have an option I’m personally okay with this. There are some gamers who prefer digital downloads. Although, it also means that you’ll spend a lot on external hard drives since modern games can take up more than 500 GB with new updates and DLC.

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