Xbox One consoles officially discontinued

Microsoft has ended the manufacturing of Xbox One consoles in 2020.

Xbox One All-Digital Edition
Xbox One All-Digital Edition
  • Microsoft stopped Xbox One manufacturing in 2020.
  • The company has only been focusing on Xbox Series X and S.
  • You may still find some stock in some electronic retailers.

Microsoft confirms that it is no longer making Xbox One consoles, and it will only focus on its new Xbox Series X and S. The news should not come as a surprise. The company first discontinued the Xbox One X and the Xbox One S digital edition in July 2020, and then, without announcement, it stopped the regular Xbox One S production before the end of 2020.

According to a statement from the company to The Verge, “to focus on the production of Xbox Series X / S, we stopped production for all Xbox One consoles by the end of 2020.”

The end of the Xbox One S production puts an end to a game console generation. Although we can now remember Xbox One as one of the best consoles, the device didn’t have a good start. The console was first introduced as a device that did it all, from TV and streaming to playing some games, but it was not focused exclusively on games. Something that gamers didn’t like much, but after learning from the mistakes, the Xbox One, and then with the release of the Xbox One X and AAA games, the game console picked up momentum.

Although the company may have stopped production, you may still find some remaining stock in most retailers, such as Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, and others.

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