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Microsoft May Slow Down or Stop Xbox One Production Due to Excess Supply

Posted on Friday, April 25 @ 07:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


If you're looking to pick up an Xbox One, you won't have much trouble finding one, as supply has not been an issue at all for Microsoft. 

While Sony struggles to keep stores stocked with PlayStation 4s, the Big M has plenty of its consoles lining store shelves. As such, Microsoft CFO Amy Hood went so far as to imply, according to Gamasutra, "that manufacturing of Xbox consoles will slow or stop, to allow retailers time to work through existing inventory."

During a recent investor call, Hood went so far as to say that "we do expect to work through some inventory in Q4," highlighting "channel inventory drawdown for Xbox consoles."

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