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Microsoft is done with Xbox One

Production on Xbox One consoles stopped at the end of 2020 as Microsoft shifted its attention to the Xbox Series X|S.

Microsoft's Xbox One.
Goodbye, Xbox One.
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A new Xbox One hasn't been built in over a year. Microsoft stopped production at the end of 2020 to turn its focus to the then-new Xbox Series X|S, the company confirmed Thursday. 

The Xbox One debuted in 2013. One analyst estimates that more than 51 million Xbox One consoles were sold by mid-2020. Sony's PlayStation 4, which also debuted in 2013, has sold nearly double that number.

The Xbox One news, reported earlier by The Verge, comes on the heels of PS4 news from Sony, which will reportedly continue to produce the PS4 as it struggles to meet demand for the PlayStation 5 since its 2020 debut. 

All of this is happening within the larger context of pandemic-related supply chain issues, which have delayed both the availability of necessary parts across the tech industry and the delivery of finished products.