Microsoft says Xbox One X demand is super high

Microsoft logoMicrosoft is soon going to release the most powerful console it has ever made. Despite the fact that it costs more than the Xbox One S, the company says that demand for the new console is super high. The company hasnt provided the exact numbers but its not shying away from boasting that theres considerable demand for its new console.

There appears to be a lot of excitement among Xbox fans for the new console and it seems many of them will be picking one up. Microsofts corporate vice president of devices Panos Panay has revealed in an interview with CNBC that demand for the Xbox one X is super high.

I wont compare it to other consoles, Panay said, adding that the demand for the Xbox One X is exactly where Microsoft anticipated that it would be.

It became evident that theres significant demand for the console ever since Microsoft started taking pre-orders for the Xbox One X. Retailers quickly sold out of their initial pre-order stock but its possible to pre-order the Xbox One X once again from retailers like Amazon.

There were reports recently that the Xbox One X might actually suffer from supply shortages at launch but Microsoft has set the record straight and said that this isnt the case. The Xbox One X is due for release in merely a week from today.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: game consoles, Microsoft, Xbox One

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