Edited By CurseTheseMetalHands • I'm really curious as to what the All-Digital Xbox will be. Is it meant to focus on streaming or digital downloads? As such, will they finally slap a 4TB drive in the thing or, if the aim is streaming, will they go with a smaller 500GB SSD to (hopefully) eliminate UI sluggishness? And, while it won't have a disc drive integrated, would anything stop them from supporting an external drive, like for those people who already have a library of physical games but need a new Xbox (assuming the All-Digital SKU is meant to replace the standard XB1 S SKU)?Where the Epic store is concerned, while I have an issue with some of their policies and the lack of features, those are potentially things that can and may be addressed in the future. If I'm honest, my main objection is that I just don't want to deal with multiple launchers, multiple accounts, and spreading my library (not to mention my billing information) across them. So I don't mind waiting six months to a year. Ideally, Valve will step up their game and start pushing back. But even if they don't...my relationship with Steam is that of a dead marriage, where I'm no longer in love with them, but I'm content enough that I can accept the unpleasant reality that I'm too old and tired to deal with the bullshit of someone new.And I am the only one who kept expecting to hear Paul Stanley scream, "Hey, listen...I do COCAINE!" Because all I could think about while listening to that was Dr. Rockso. "Anybody here like to get HIGH?! You know I like to get high, because I do COCAINE!"