Xbox One is getting Arabic language support this fall

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If Microsoft wants to ensure the Xbox One X's success, it needs to start securing more exclusive games that we actually want to play. Microsoft's console costs $100 more and it was released a year later than Sony's so of course, it has to be better in every way if they want to gamers to pay an additional $100. The US Microsoft store no longer mentions the original Xbox One console either.

While the 4K-compatible Xbox One X isn't being billed as a next-generation console, it's plenty clear the first model of Microsoft's Xbox One is meant to be a thing of the past. But it also did something else quietly: Microsoft stopped selling the original Xbox One.

On its Dutch website, Microsoft now redirects potential Xbox One customers to selected retailers, while Microsoft UK has listed the original Xbox One as "out of stock".

Microsoft also reported that the pre-orders for the Xbox One X have been the strongest that the company has ever witnessed since it launched the Xbox gaming system.

The enhanced version of the Xbox One, the Xbox One X, was announced by Microsoft's at last year's E3 event as well.

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"Metal Slug XX" and "Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine" are two of the latest backwards compatible Xbox 360 games for Xbox One.

On Xbox One, where Destiny 2 is now available for pre-load, you'll need 29.15GB of free space. The smaller console was widely accepted and praised over the original.

The device launched almost four years ago, and reports state the Xbox One struggled to meet the sales of rival Playstation 4.

Adding to the major changes coming to the Xbox One this fall, native Arabic support is on its way. The most recent instance of this was Sony's absence from Minecraft's "Better Together" update which united players across Xbox, PC, mobile, and Nintendo Switch.

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