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.
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.