Ahead of this holiday season’s new Xbox Series X console launch, Microsoft has confirmed a surprising change on the production side: the discontinuation of two existing Xbox One console versions.
Following a report from The Verge, Xbox representatives confirmed directly to Ars Technica that the company will no longer produce either 2017’s Xbox One X or 2019’s Xbox S All-Digital Edition. The company described this discontinuation as “the natural step of stopping production” due to “ramp[ing] into the future with Xbox Series X,” only to then confirm that an older version of the console, 2016’s Xbox One S, will still be produced worldwide.
“Gamers can check with their local retailers for more details on Xbox One hardware availability,” an Xbox rep said to Ars Technica. So if you’re interested in the Xbox One X, now might be the time to snap one up.