With the early arrival of the new generation of consoles, it is normal that previous models of the same brand begin to lose prominence, regardless of their compatibility with future games, and everything indicates that the time has come for the Xbox One, as Microsoft revealed technological magazine the Verge, which discontinued models Xbox Xbox One X and One S all Digital Edition, as a natural consequence of the generational change that will occur later this year with the launch of the Xbox X Series.
The manufacturer’s spokesperson did not offer specific dates, but did clarify that the Xbox One S model will continue its production globally, and stressed that the stocks will be different depending on the retailer. The Xbox One S All Digital Edition was a Blu-ray reader-less version of the Xbox One S.
“As we move into the future with the Xbox Series X, we are taking the natural step of stopping production of the Xbox One X and Xbox One S All-Digital. The Xbox One S will continue to be manufactured and sold globally.” , said the Microsoft spokesperson.
That said, it is possible that the Xbox One S will remain on the menu for a long time, since the Xbox 360 continued its production until 2016, 3 years after the first Xbox One debuted, the same as for True, it was discontinued in 2017.
It is also important to explain that both, both the Xbox One S and the Xbox One X are improved models of the first Xbox One, capable of playing games in 4K, either by scaling the image or natively .
Meanwhile, Microsoft’s new console, the Xbox Series X, is warming up its engines and it is speculated that there will be an alternate model, a little less powerful, but more accessible. Both the release date and the price of the devices remain a question mark, but Microsoft will hold a major event on July 23, dedicated to games for the Xbox Series X, where we may have new information.