End of an era: Microsoft stopped manufacturing the Xbox One console in 2020, according to the Verge

Microsoft the console has been discontinued Xbox One, launched in 2013, with the aim of boosting the manufacture of its next-generation hardware, Xbox Series X / S, after ceasing production of the Xbox One X models and the digital edition of One S in July 2020.

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Xbox Senior Director of Product Marketing Cindy Walker has confirmed to The Verge the change in strategy with which Microsoft seeks to focus its efforts on the production of new models.

“To focus on Xbox Series X / S production, we stopped production on all Xbox One consoles at the end of 2020,” Walker said.

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In July 2020 the company announced its decision to end the manufacture of the Xbox One X and the digital edition of the Xbox One S, ahead of the arrival of its next-generation hardware. So only Xbox One S remained.

This information follows Sony’s recent announcement. The Japanese technology company has confirmed, according to Bloomberg, that it will face a shortage of components dedicated to the manufacture of its newest console, PlayStation 5, increasing the production of PlayStation 4 during 2022.

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