Xbox Series stock shortages will continue until April 2021

Ruben Fields
November 18, 2020

Raw Fury's mystery adventure game showed up during that Inside Xbox event with Scorn, The Medium, and Yakuza: Like a Dragon - you know the one. An Xbox executive has said that stock might be in short supply until April next year.

I think supply shortages will continue into the quarter after the holiday season. Not so, says Xbox chief financial officer Tim Stuart!

"We'll have supply cranking over the next, what, 4, 5, 6 months", Stuart continued.

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While Xbox head Phil Spencer openly told Kotaku that the buyout makes sense whether future Bethesda games are exclusive to the Xbox platform, the massive PlayStation player base isn't something any company would want to simply ignore. Virtual glitch con event.

(Pocket-lint) - If you're made a decision 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. They're driving revenue growth as well, and they're looking for opportunities to go create more monetization for the support of that content creation. Stuart remarked that Microsoft has a huge advantage; Xbox Game Pass. Stuart added that the last time games saw a price increase was "7 or 8 years ago or something".

Xbox will be ramping up production around then though, in light of heavy consumer demand, to get to "full speed heading into. the pre-summer months". "And that's when I expect to see really that demand profile start to be met, which will be really, really great..." Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said in early October that he expected to run out of RTX 3080 and 3090 graphics cards. "Due to high demand, consoles will ship as inventory continues to arrive throughout November and December".

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