Microsoft launched the Xbox Series X and S amid the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic and has started selling in countries around the world from 10 November. Despite the tough phase of Covid-19, its latest series has been a tremendous sell.
Have you ordered a Microsoft Xbox Series for yourself in the festive season? If your answer is yes then get alerted. It may take 6 months to get a new gaming console despite making full payment. Microsoft Xbox Series X and Series S consoles are expected to be lacking until April of next year. Due to a large number of pre-booked orders, there was limited availability on the day of the launch of the device. Moreover, some initial buyers will also have to wait till after the holidays, then the work will be completed on their pre-order.
Xbox CFO Tim Stuart said at the Jefferies Interactive Entertainment Conference on Monday, “I think there will be a shortage in supply right now because there are so many holidays ahead.” He further said, “The demands will increase more than the supply and I apologize to the people in advance.” Interestingly, Xbox head Phil Spencer believes that this shortfall in device supply will persist until the end of October.
The supply of Xbox Series X and S is now expected to gain momentum from next year. The device was launched last week, during which Amazon sent an email to consumers warning that those who are pre-booking or pre-ordering the X-box series are not going to get the console before Christmas.
It is noteworthy that Microsoft launched the Xbox Series X and S amid the outbreak of the Coronavirus epidemic and the sale has started in countries around the world from 10 November. Despite the tough phase of Covid-19, its latest series has been a tremendous sell. According to X-box head Phil Spencer, X-box has broken all previous console launch records with its new system. Its price has been fixed at $ 499.99. The less powerful X-box Series S costs $ 299.99.