In the past few hours, rumors have persisted that Microsoft may have decided to stop producing Xbox One X. In a current statement, the Redmond Company ensured clarity.
In the past few hours, the rumor has persisted once again that Microsoft may have decided to finally stop producing the Xbox One X.
This at least suggested by the corresponding product entries from various retailers. In order to avoid any speculation at all, the Microsoft executives have now spoken up themselves and provided clarity in a short statement. The production of the Xbox One X is said to have indeed ceased.
The same applies to a Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, according to a spokesman for the US company, in which an optical drive has been dispensed with. The standard version of Xbox One S, however, will continue to be produced and available on the market. However, if you want to get a copy of the Xbox One X or the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, you will have to hurry.
“As we ramp into the future with Xbox Series X, we’re taking the natural step of stopping production on Xbox One X and Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. Xbox One S will continue to be manufactured and sold globally,” said Microsoft to The Verge.
Thus, the internal focus in the future will be on the Xbox Series X, which will find its way into global trade in this year’s Christmas business.