Xbox Series X Sales Skyrocket Following Incredible Showcase

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A Much Needed Comeback For Xbox!

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  • Xbox just had the biggest showcase of 2024.
  • Following this event, Amazon has run out of Xbox Series X stock in the US.
  • Many social media users have also admitted to having thought about buying the console due to the first-party games lineup.

It’s no secret that the Xbox Series X console has not sold as much as it should have. Despite its status as the world’s most powerful console, it has consistently lagged behind Sony’s PS5.

Microsoft has even discounted the console on various occasions, but these efforts have mostly been in vain. Fortunately, Microsoft may have found its big breakthrough, with sales skyrocketing recently.

Why it matters: The upcoming games lineup could make the Xbox Series X the go-to platform for innovative and thrilling experiences since PlayStation’s studios might need a few years to catch up after the recent dry period.

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The Xbox Series X Is No Longer Available On Amazon

Following the recent showcase, Amazon has run out of Xbox Series X stock. Heading over to the page, users will only find used and refurbished consoles from Amazon, which is rarely the case for Microsoft’s gaming hardware.

Switch to the PS5, however, and there’s plenty of stock on the platform. This indicates that demand for Xbox consoles has shot up recently. Fortunately, the Xbox Series S is still in stock.

Further highlighting this showcase event’s significance, some social media users have even expressed interest in returning to the Xbox ecosystem after previously selling their consoles due to losing faith in Microsoft.

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The Xbox Series X Is Getting New Variants Soon

This event highlighted the first-party portfolio that Microsoft fans have wanted for years.

Between Doom: The Dark Ages, Fable, Perfect Dark, and Gears E-Day, Xbox finally seems ready to compete with PlayStation’s first-party teams on equal footing. However, these games scratch the surface of everything coming from Xbox Game Studios in the future.

It’s also interesting to see this trend since Microsoft has all but given up on its hardware department.

Phil Spencer has confirmed that more third-party releases are on the way, and Game Pass is now Microsoft’s core focus. Perhaps this small but meaningful victory can be an eye-opener for the gaming giant.

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