According to Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox, the stock problems with the Xbox Series X/S will continue into 2022. Spencer said in his statements to The Wrap that he thinks the stock problems of consoles will continue for a long time. According to him, the global chip shortage has hampered the development of automobiles, phones, and televisions, as well as consoles. Due to the chip shortage, Microsoft is having difficulty producing more Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X consoles.
Spencer also believes that the issue isn’t solely due to a chip shortage. “It’s also difficult to obtain all of the materials required to build a console and bring it to markets where demand exists,” Spencer adds. As a result, he predicts that stock issues will persist until the end of the year, if not longer.
Demand for Xbox Series X/S Keeps Increasing
Xbox Series X/S Stock Issues Will Continue Into 2022 According To Phil Spencer
Players who have yet to receive the Xbox Series X/S will undoubtedly be disappointed by Spencer’s words. Many gamers want to purchase the Xbox Series X/S, the most popular console in the Xbox game console series. Although restocking is done at times, it is insufficient to meet the demands of the customers.
Microsoft isn’t the only company dealing with this issue. PlayStation and Nintendo are also experiencing stock shortages. Nintendo recently announced that the Nintendo Switch Pro model will be discontinued. Due to chip shortages, the company has cancelled its upcoming console. Toshiba’s Takeshi Kamebuchi said earlier this month that the chip problem could last until September of next year. According to Kamebuchi, full service may not be available to all customers until 2023.
Despite this, if you’re looking for Xbox Series X/S restock information, you can visit our site on a regular basis. Our articles cover the latest restock news as well as other Xbox-related topics. If you’ve had any issues with Xbox Series X/S stock, please let us know in the comments. What are your thoughts on the current stock shortages?