Microsoft is discontinuing the Xbox One X and Xbox One S digital editions of the Xbox Series X.
This will leave the Microsoft Xbox One S as the only console of the current generation in Microsoft’s lineup. (The difference between the Xbox One S and Xbox One S digital editions is that. The One S includes a physical Blu-ray drive, while the digital version does not. The digital version relies on downloaded content instead
Microsoft said they are planning to launch the Xbox Series X console this fall. “As we discounting the sale of Xbox Series X. We are taking the natural step of halting production on the One X and Xbox One S all-digital editions,” Microsoft said in an email. “The Xbox One S will be available around the world very soon. Gamers can check with their local retailers for more information about Xbox One hardware availability. “
Microsoft launched the Xbox One almost three years back, in November 2017. Designed as the “world’s most powerful console” at the time. Microsoft focused on power and hardware for its 6 teraflops
The Xbox One S all-digital versions are launched last year in April. With the disc-less version of the Xbox One S. Report suggesting sales were strong for this particular console, and Microsoft gave $ 19.99 monthly Bundled. Can Access All Subscription including Xbox Game Pass Final Access
The Xbox One S has a terabyte of storage at $ 299, while the Digital Edition costs $ 249. Microsoft has not said what the Xbox Series X will cost. A second Series X console, which may be called the Xbox Series S (codenamed Lockhart), is ging to sell alongside the Series X.
Console sales are generally slow in anticipation of a new launching new consoles. AMD, which supplies integrated CPU / GPU for both the Series. Warned that sales will slow down before the Series X starts this fall. Although Microsoft has not specifically stated this, it is likely that Microsoft has concluded that there is a sufficient current supply of the Xbox One X to carry the console at the Series X launch.
Microsoft is preparing to unveil the second Xbox next month. This second console will be the Xbox Series S and is made to target 1080p / 1440p gaming.
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