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28 Mar, 2024
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Leaked images have emerged revealing Microsoft's plans for a white version of its Xbox Series X console, featuring a disc-less design.

The images, revealed by Exputer, showcase a sleek design reminiscent of the existing black Xbox Series X, but with a striking white coating akin to the Xbox Series S "robot white" variant.

While Microsoft has yet to confirm the authenticity of the leaked images, additional documentation obtained by The Verge confirms the existence of the variant.

Rumors suggest that this disc-less Xbox Series X could hit the market as early as June or July, potentially priced $50 to $100 lower than the current $499 retail price of the standard model. If these reports hold true, it could indicate a change in Microsoft's strategy, potentially shelving or delaying the previously leaked "Brooklin" console refresh.

The Brooklin project, as revealed in FTC v. Microsoft documents, showcased a radically redesigned Xbox Series X with a cylindrical form factor and no disc drive. Originally slated for a November release with a $499 price tag, the Brooklin console was teased by Xbox chief Phil Spencer last September, hinting at evolving plans for Xbox hardware.