Microsoft unveiled a new range of digital-only Xbox consoles and teased upcoming titles at its annual Games Showcase. The all-digital Xbox Series X and S take center stage, offering a disc-free option for gamers who prefer downloads and cloud storage.

The disc-less Series X boasts a sleek “robot white” design and comes equipped with 1TB of storage, matching the performance of its disc-drive counterpart at a slightly lower price point. The Series S also gets a refresh, doubling its storage capacity to 1TB while maintaining its signature black design.

But the hardware wasn’t the only star of the show. Microsoft set pulses racing with the announcement of a new Doom game. Details remain under wraps, but fans can expect a fresh entry in the demon-slaying franchise.

The showcase wasn’t all about new announcements. Microsoft also confirmed the availability of the next Call of Duty title on Xbox Game Pass, the company’s subscription service offering access to a vast library of games. This move strengthens the appeal of Xbox Game Pass for gamers seeking the latest titles.

Overall, Microsoft’s Games Showcase highlighted its commitment to innovation and delivering diverse options for gamers. The new digital consoles cater to a growing preference for digital game ownership, while the upcoming Doom title and Call of Duty on Game Pass promise exciting additions to the Xbox ecosystem.