Microsoft Discontinued Xbox One X and S Series

Microsoft Discontinued Xbox One

Press start previously reported that  Microsoft Discontinued Xbox One. It is now not available on Microsoft’s Australian website. One can see only the other edition of Microsoft which is Xbox One S.

But, in their second report a few hours later said, Microsoft as of now is halting production of its Xbox One X and Xbox One S, All-Digital Edition consoles officially.

Microsoft Discontinued Xbox One and said:

“As they ramp into the future with Xbox Series X, they are taking the natural step of stopping production on Xbox One X and Xbox One S All-Digital Edition.”

Microsoft has introduced the Xbox One X in 2017. It came into the market as the most powerful console. Which the upcoming generation will be missing for using it.

But Microsoft is not planning to disappoint its users and very soon is aiming to switch on some other edition in due course of time. Though, it is not expected very soon.

In the meantime when Microsoft Discontinued Xbox One, Sony is doubling its production for PlayStation 5 on behalf of Xbox One for users to entertain themselves.

Anyhow, on July 23, 2020, Microsoft is releasing an Xbox Games Showcase at 12 PM ET where users can find a lot many variations in games.

Microsoft Discontinued Xbox One and Filed a Complaint

Microsoft after discontinuing Xbox One filed a complaint in a central court.  Alleging that, a Chinese gaming website is hacking Xbox accounts and selling the proceeds in the open market since 2015. Further said, the company has earned $2 million in purchases through hacked accounts. Also, the Chinese company has earned with the hacked credit cards.

The Chinese gaming website is providing cheap in-game points for the Forza Horizon 3, Grand Theft Auto V, FIFA games, and Pokemon Go, and many more.

Microsoft discontinued Xbox One as they are highly concerned to their customers for safe and secure online experiences. So, has filed these lawsuits to protect Xbox customers from the illegal trafficking of stolen property.

Microsoft has brought charges of fraud on the Chinese gaming website.

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