Microsoft’s Xbox One, along with Sony’s PlayStation 4, is the hottest home video game consoles this year. It is also expected to continue to be the hottest deal of home video game console until the next few years. During the early days of Xbox One’s launching, it already achieved a total of one million sales, which make it one of the company’s best-selling game consoles. Just recently, the company also announced that the game console hit a total of two million sales worldwide after its first release on November 22, 2013. Speculations say that Microsoft’s Xbox One will achieve a total of three million sales before the year 2013 finally ends.
The Features of Xbox One
So, the questions: “Why are people going crazy over Xbox One?” and “What is so great with this video game console?” The optical drive of Xbox One is compatible with any Blu-Ray and DVD. It comes with an 8GB DDR3. Its flash memory comes in 8GB. The processor of the Xbox One is also very good. It has an 8 core AMD custom CPU, which is praised by a lot of gamers. If you want to play online game through Xbox One, then you will need Xbox Live.
The Release of Microsoft’s Xbox One
While it is true that the distribution of Xbox One units is still going on, there are still a lot of countries that do not have a supply yet. Of course, it is impossible for any company to be able to catch up with the overwhelming worldwide demand for Xbox One units. Some of the European countries that are still waiting on the line to receive the Xbox One supply are Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Holland, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland. Gamers in these particular countries are very much eager to get hold of their very own Xbox One console. However, they still have to wait until 2014 to acquire one. However, it seems like the Scandinavia won’t be getting any until the end of the year 2014. The Nordic territories, including Norway, Finland, Sweden and Denmark, won’t be getting any until the third quarter of 2014.
According to a source, an Xbox One release in July or any other month during the first half of the year 2014 is impossible in the Nordic territories. Countries like Holland, Belgium, Switzerland and Russia will also experience the same delays. However, it is still not known if these countries will still have to wait until the third quarter of 2014 to get a supply of Xbox One. According to the speculation of the gamereactor, the delay in the distribution of Microsoft’s Xbox One may be due to either the localization is indicating a massive challenge or the company is struggling with their supply.