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Leaked Images Reveal White Xbox Series X With No Disc Drive - Report

Images of a white Xbox Series X have leaked and it looks to be a disc-less version of the black Xbox Series X.


First published by
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, the images show a white Xbox Series X console, with what looks to be the same coating as the white Xbox Series S. The report also stated that it will have a different heatsink, among other upgraded parts. The Verge
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that the images look genuine as it has seen documents detailing the specifications of the console.


Additionally, Microsoft insider Brad Sams
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that the chassis on the white Xbox Series X console is the same as the black Series X, which indicates that the former will not include any bump in specifications. The console is
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set to be released in June or July and cost less than the standard black Xbox Series X.

Back in September 2023,
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with seemingly some of Microsoft’s future plans. The leaks included a mid-generation refresh for both the Series S and X consoles, the former codenamed Ellewood and the later codenamed Brooklin. Both were digital-only consoles as well.

It also provided a timeline, with Ellewood releasing in August 2024 while Brooklin was due for October 2024. If the white Series X presumably releases during the summer, then there’s a chance that Microsoft shifted its mid-generation refresh strategy. Microsoft’s Phil Spencer even said that those plans were outdated.

There are also rumors that Microsoft is currently working on an
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, and Microsoft has already confirmed that it will have a
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George Yang is a freelance writer for IGN. He's been writing about the industry since 2019 and has worked with other publications such as Insider, Kotaku, NPR, and Variety.

When not writing about video games, George is playing video games. What a surprise! You can follow him on Twitter @Yinyangfooey


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