Xbox One was released back in 2013 with competition against Sony’s PlayStation 4 in the race of current-gen consoles.

The console started up with fewer units of sales in comparison with the PS4 and by time, it lagged behind with a really big margin until last year when Microsoft released the Xbox One S, a slimmer version of the console with much improvements in its design and overall performance. But it appears that Microsoft has stopped producing the original Xbox One console lately.

As the Microsoft’s Dutch website is now redirecting its users to some of the retailers While the UK page labels “Out of Stock” for the original console. There are some retailers reportedly selling refurbished version of the console while the US page of Microsoft official is currently offering Xbox One S instead of the standard edition.

The search bar either pops up the Slimmer version or the upcoming, upgraded Xbox One X which was available for pre-order since the starting of Gamescom 2017 event. While the slim version of the console allows 4K streaming, HDR, Blu-ray support and fan requested vertical stand as well.

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While the studio is already gearing up towards the ‘most powerful console yet’ with 12 GB of memory and 6 Teraflops of compute power. The console is scheduled for release on November 7th. Stay tuned for more updates!

Via: Tweakers.net