Microsoft has officially announced the white version of the Xbox Series X, which will be entirely all-digital without a disc drive. Internally, it matches the performance of the existing Xbox Series X, ensuring the same gaming experience. This new white model, featuring 1TB of storage, will be available later this year, priced at $449.99.

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Xbox president Sarah Bond unveiled the new white Xbox Series X during the Xbox Games Showcase, alongside a 2TB “Galaxy Black” version of the original Xbox Series X. Additionally, a $349.99 1TB Xbox Series S in white will also be available.

The exterior of the new Xbox Series X features a “robot white” finish, matching the Xbox Series S, Microsoft’s smaller $299 console. Although leaks suggested the white Xbox Series X might include an upgraded heatsink for better cooling, this remains unconfirmed pending teardowns.

The Galaxy Black special edition Xbox Series X, featuring a disc drive, will be priced at $599.99 and is set to launch later this year. “This new special edition Xbox Series X delivers the same speed, performance, and features of Xbox Series X, but with twice the storage and a unique design,” said Xbox hardware chief Roanna Sones in a blog post.

The release of the white Xbox Series X suggests that Microsoft has either cancelled or postponed the refreshed version of the Xbox Series X, which was mentioned in FTC v. Microsoft documents last year.

Codenamed Brooklin, the unannounced Xbox Series X refresh was expected to feature a more cylindrical design without a disc drive. Microsoft described this console as “adorably all digital” in internal documents, and it was supposed to ship with a new controller and Xbox Wireless 2 connection. The Brooklin console was tentatively planned for release in November, priced at $499.

Xbox chief Phil Spencer addressed the leaks regarding the refreshed Xbox Series X design last September, indicating that plans might have changed. “It is hard to see our team’s work shared in this way because so much has changed and there’s so much to be excited about right now, and in the future,” Spencer said in a post on X. “We will share the real plans when we are ready.”