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Laveta Brigham

The Xbox One X is no longer going to be produced, Microsoft announced earlier this year. Instead, the company is going to focus its production efforts on the Xbox Series X, the next-generation console that’s about to launch around the world on November 10.  Despite the Xbox One X’s end-of-life […]

The Xbox One X is no longer going to be produced, Microsoft announced earlier this year. Instead, the company is going to focus its production efforts on the Xbox Series X, the next-generation console that’s about to launch around the world on November 10. 

Despite the Xbox One X’s end-of-life announcement, you’ll probably be able to find the console on store shelves for a little while longer while retailers clear house (should they have any units left). There’s really no reason to buy this over the Xbox Series S or X at this point, but if you are curious, the window is closing on being able to get hold of one brand new.

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