Phil spencer, the visible manager of Xbox, confirms in a podcast that by 2021, they will have a fluid stock of the new generation.
Larry hryb, also known to fans for his gamertag: Major Nelson, is another important figure of the Xbox brand. Hryb drive yours the Web, in addition to being very active on social networks. Added to this is a podcast in which he usually leads guests to important figures in the Xbox environment.
To end the year, he wanted to bring Phil spencer and chat with him about how the year went. After being asked about the supply and shortage of consoles available in the market, he said:
It really comes down to physics and engineering. We’re not holding them back: we’re building them as fast as possible. We have all the production lines in place. I was on the phone last week with Lisa Su at AMD [preguntando], “How can we get more?” So this is something that we are constantly working on. […]
But we are working as hard as possible. The teams are incredibly dedicated and I appreciate the patience of the people as we work to build more.
Translation of statements on Larry Hryb’s podcast
Production and stock issues
We are all aware of the problems that have arisen with the purchase of the new S / X series. The pandemic from which we are suffering has clearly and seriously affected production. Reservation problems, loss of web pages due to thousands of simultaneous visits, resale … Xbox certainly knows that these problems are not tolerable. Own Spencer
The latest information speaks of small Xbox Series S / X shipments through the second quarter of 2021. That’s why it seems more than likely that we won’t see mass production of the systems until at least the summer.
Hopefully the forecast is ahead and we can all enjoy the new generation with no problem and go to any dealer. In the meantime, stay tuned to AreaXbox to stay informed on all things Xbox world.