Microsoft has stopped manufacturing all Xbox One consoles to focus on producing its next-generation consoles, the Verge reported today, citing a senior executive of the gaming division.
According to The Verge, Microsoft originally discontinued its Xbox One X and digital Xbox One S ahead of the Xbox Series X launch in 2020.
Microsoft did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.
The software giant had launched two models of its Xbox Series X in November 2020, seven years after the debut of the previous version, to capture a pandemic-driven boom in consumer spending on games.
However, several industries across the world are facing the brunt of an unprecedented shortage in semiconductor microchips, causing a delay in delivery for several products.
In November, the Nikkei business daily reported that Nintendo will make 20% fewer Switch games consoles than planned because of the supply crunch.