Microsoft announced that they are discontinuing the Xbox One X and Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. They called it a “natural move” as the company prepares for the next-generation console. Consumers will still be able to buy consoles as long as they are in stock. It is reported by The Verge.
It is noted that the Xbox One S will continue to be released, unlike the All-Digital Edition, the version offers disk support, it will remain in production and will be sold on the international market.
The Verge notes that there have been reports of a shortage of Xbox One X and Xbox One in recent weeks.
During the pandemic, demand for the current generation of Microsoft and Sony consoles increased.
Gamers can contact local retailers for more information on hardware availability for the Xbox One.
The Xbox One X was first introduced to the public in November 2017. Microsoft positioned it as the most powerful console in the world.