Xbox Series X | S Games to Confirm Pricing "On Time"

According to Microsoft the Xbox Series X may run short until after April

While you can still buy physical games on discs to stick in your console, both the $299 Xbox Series S and $399 PlayStation 5 "digital edition" eschew the disc drive, leaving users with only the option to download games to their 1TB drives. "But I suspect you'll continue to see us shift towards a first or better or best approach on our platforms". "And then when we get to Q4, all of our supply chain continuing to go full speed heading into the pre-summer months".

(Pocket-lint) - If you're chose to go Xbox this new console generation but are yet to buy either the Xbox Series X or S you might struggle to find one. "You'll be outside of a holiday window". While stock will be resupplied periodically, it will continue to be a race to checkout for the coming months. "I think we're going to start to see some real velocity kick up, which I'm really excited to see". But some of the most anticipated next-gen launch titles, like Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Assassin's Creed: Valhalla and Godfall are also available on previous-gen consoles or PC, meaning you don't need to upgrade to play them unless you want the absolute best visual experience possible. What's causing these supply problems though?

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Microsoft isn't the only one anticipating a shortage of new gaming products this year.

Speaking at the Jefferies Interactive Entertainment conference last week (via VGC, transcribed by Seeking Alpha) Stuart said, "What we'll do in the long run is we don't have intentions of just pulling all of Bethesda content out of Sony or Nintendo or otherwise". And so kids, adults, male, female, young, old, whatever it is, are games. In the same context, Stuart asserts indicating that "prices have not risen during the last couple of generations, so it does not surprise me that we see things like that now".