In the lead up to the release of the Xbox Series X later this year, some reports are suggesting that Microsoft has discontinued the Xbox One consoles.
Microsoft’s Xbox family of consoles all saw heavy discounts for the Black Friday weekend, with the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition being a particular highlight, selling for just £110 at Tesco.
Images of the discless Xbox One have been leaked online, seeming to confirm the rumors that Microsoft plan to announce and release an all-digital Xbox One later this year.
Microsoft may be planning to use E3 2019 to announce a new kind of Xbox One. The new console is reported to be completely discless.
Microsoft have announced a bundle that comes packaged with Fortnite, an Xbox One S with a 1TB hard drive, including one wireless Xbox One controller.
Microsoft have announced that soon Xbox One gamers will be able to make use of mouse and keyboard peripherals as controls for any game they want to.
Microsoft has unveiled two brand new Xbox One Special Edition controllers which will be available next month for consumer purchase.
Some newly announced Xbox One deals are bringing the price of the console down nicely for consumers over the coming weeks, including discounts on bundles.
Microsoft announced that they’ve officially stopped production of the original Xbox One console, leaving only the Xbox One S and the Xbox One X, when it launches.
Analysts predict that PS4 will sell 69 million units by the end of 2017, almost double of what is predicted for Xbox One sales of 36 million units.