Microsoft will supposedly discontinue the Xbox One

Microsoft has reportedly stopped the sales of Xbox One console in the US and UK although refurbished models of the console are still available for sale.

By Vijeta

Microsoft has reportedly stopped the sales of Xbox One console in the US and UK. The online Microsoft store has listed the product as "Sold Out" and neither does it show up in searches for Xbox systems. The aforementioned facts indicate that the much-celebrated gaming console has been finally pulled off the shelf.

Microsoft will supposedly discontinue the Xbox One

The Xbox One was launched in November 2013. The replacement for the old console has already been served to gamers in the form of a slim and uptight Xbox X and a much crafty Xbox S. The latest version of Xbox have already been bundled up with several eminent games.

Users in US and UK can still get their hands on refurbished Xbox One for $200 (approx. Rs. 12,800). The refurbished model still costs up to $80 less than the updated model of Xbox One S. Moreover the Xbox One X will be launched on November 9th and the pre-booking for the console is already open. Xbox One X will retail for $500.

Xbox One has some deep seeded memories in every gamer's heart. It marked Microsoft's entry into the digital gaming console and challenged the lost lasting reign of Sony's PlayStation. The console is still available in India for a price close to Rs. 23,000.

If you wish to get your hands on the console you can check out several online retailing services including Amazon and Ebay.

Also, the console isn't too outdated considering the fact that there is a very limited selection of games available for the recent versions of Xbox.

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