Microsoft Is Busy Trying To Meet Xbox One Demand

Posted: Nov 23 2013, 3:20am CST | by , Updated: Nov 23 2013, 3:22am CST, in Gaming


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Microsoft is Busy Trying to Meet Xbox One Demand
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Microsoft has been busy trying to meet the rising demand for the Xbox One console. It may just fulfill the need that exists on such an urgent basis for the gaming unit.

The Xbox One sold out online and it sold well in retail stores too. In fact, it sold too well and now supplies are not concordant with the demands. The world’s first game player who arrived in a New Zealand store in order to buy an Xbox One console was pretty excited. His name is Dan Livingstone and he is the most enthusiastic about the console.

That shows that the fan base is very passionate and will be there supporting Microsoft for eons to come. Meanwhile, the market consists of basically two companies: Microsoft and Sony. And they happen to be bitter rivals of each other. While one makes the Xbox Series the other deals in the PlayStation Series.

Sony took on 11 countries this time around with its PS4 while Microsoft had on board 13 markets with its Xbox One. With Christmas season coming up, the demand would obviously be high. The wishes of the public cannot be set aside so easily. That is why Microsoft’s gaming division is working on the double to manufacture more units for public consumption.

Xbox One sales have gone through the roof and it will be a much bigger phenomenon than the Xbox 360. And the cloud computing division of Microsoft is also being paid extra special attention by the experts the conglomerate employs.

Source: GameIndustry

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