The X-Ray warning, which alerts us that there’s a problem with our Xbox’s firmware, will be replaced with a stock alert, where we can find out all about the manufacturer’s game console. However, since the new Microsoft Windows 10 operating system has just launched, Currys notes that it is unable to take customer calls on this matter, so we’ll have to wait for the console’s release before we can see if Currys will restock or not.
X-Ray was the device’s main notification system, which enabled us to see real-time messages on our Xbox. So far, Microsoft has not announced plans to remove the warning from its console, so it may be replaced with some other kind of notification, or Xbox loyalists will not be able to tell if something is wrong. Microsoft has been ramping up its gaming advertisements on social media and TV to promote the games and services being offered by its console, but it seems their latest strategy may have failed to impress.
The company has only released around 20 games for its latest generation console, which have been given lackluster reviews on the market. Many of these games are purchased solely as digital downloads, but sales of the console on Amazon have been suffering for the last two months, so it might be time for Microsoft to adapt its marketing strategy and showcase a larger range of titles for its most recent console.
Read the full story at Currys News and see more of our X-Ray coverage on the site:
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