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    Microsoft is now not producing Xbox One consoles

    Microsoft has stopped manufacturing Xbox One S consoles so as to give attention to the manufacturing of Xbox Sequence X/S.

    Information of Xbox One manufacturing ceasing was confirmed by Microsoft to The Verge.

    The corporate stopped making Xbox One X again in July 2020, however Xbox One S manufacturing continued till the top of the 12 months.

    The information comes on the heels of a Bloomberg report stating that Sony is continuing to produce its PS4 console regardless of planning to finish manufacturing on the finish of final 12 months. Is it stated the corporate will proceed to provide the console as a consequence of PS5 shortages, and that a million items shall be made this 12 months.

    Talking of shortages, there’s nonetheless a scarcity of Xbox Sequence X consoles, however there does not appear to be a lot of a problem buying an Xbox Sequence S. A minimum of in some locations.

    Xbox boss Phil Spencer informed The Verge after the launch of Sequence X/S in 2020, that Microsoft manufactured extra Xbox Sequence X consoles than Sequence S, however, there’s additionally a gentle stream of Sequence S consoles arriving in the marketplace. It is because it will possibly “construct extra of the Sequence S [chips] in the identical [chip] die area” as it will possibly for the Sequence X.

    In December 2021, Xbox Series X/S sales in the UK crossed over the a million items bought mark, and gross sales had been up 108% due to extra inventory being made out there.

    Spencer additionally just lately said that Microsoft has sold more Xbox Series X/S consoles than any earlier model of Xboxes. Now, it simply must “meet the demand” of the buyer base.

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