Microsoft announced their new slimmer Xbox One console today, called the Xbox One S, the announcement comes after the console was leaked earlier this week.

The console is 40% slimmer and features an internal battery pack, with support for 4K video content, with support for streaming content from services like Netflix and Amazon Video, along with from the 4K Blu=ray drive.

The console will also support HDR, with Games of War 4 getting the first support for the wider colour range.

It will also have a 2TB drive, with a USB port on the front. The controller  will also come with textured grips, improved range and Bluetooth, both of which will launch in August for $299.

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