Microsoft will stop production of the Xbox One X and Xbox One S All-Digital Edition
The next generation is coming, and Microsoft has decided to free up space and production capacity for the new console. The company announced the discontinuation of the Xbox One X and Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. The usual Xbox One S remains.
Stopping the production of consoles does not mean that they will instantly disappear from the shelves. But it will happen eventually. However, this is not a reason to be discouraged, because many games for Xbox One can be launched Xbox Series X. The release of the latter, by the way, is expected at the end of 2020 — during the winter holiday season. Unfortunately, Microsoft has not yet named the exact date. The company is also rumored to be introducing a junior Xbox Series S or Lockhart console, but there has been no official announcement yet.
Recall that on July 23, Microsoft will hold a presentation of the Xbox Games Showcase. As the name suggests, it will be dedicated to games for the Xbox Series X. So far, the company has not told you which titles it will show during the digital event.
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