To best prepare for the arrival of its Xbox Series X, Microsoft has decided to stop production of its Xbox One X and Xbox All-Digital Edition.
The end of the year 2020 will be marked by the launch of consoles ” next gen “ Microsoft and Sony, namely the new Xbox Series X and PS5. Consoles that are intended to replace (more or less quickly) our ” old “ PS4 and Xbox One, and on the side of Microsoft, we have already held to clarify the situation.
The end of the game for Xbox One X and Xbox All-Digital Edition
“As we head towards the future with the new Xbox Series X, we made the decision natural to stop the production of Xbox One X and Xbox One’s All-Digital Edition “ explains Microsoft on The Verge. It’s official, Microsoft has decided to stop production of its Xbox One X and the version of” All-Digital “, but the Xbox One S still applies.
Since a few weeks, some bundles Xbox One are missing (including the Microsoft Store), but despite the cessation of the production of X models and Digital Edition, the Xbox One should still be findable in shops for a few months. For Microsoft, it is obviously clear for its future Xbox Series X, and should therefore coexist temporarily in the store with the Xbox One S.
Recall that the Xbox One X, ” the console is the most powerful in the world “, was launched in November 2017, while the Xbox One’s All-Digital Edition has been released in April 2019. This last was the choice not to propose any optical drive, in order to focus only on the digital download video game.
A strategy that one will find elsewhere at Sony, with the future of the PS5, which will be available in two versions, namely a model with a Blu-Ray 4K, and another entirely ” Digital “.
All players are now waiting anxiously to know the date accurate output of the new consoles from Sony and Microsoft, not to mention the price, of course. In this regard, it is rumored that the PS5 is listed at 499 euros, the 20 November…