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Microsoft did not make Xbox One games for these reasons


Microsoft has moved on from the Xbox One and is no longer making first-party games for the previous generation of consoles.
While Microsoft will continue to support Xbox One hardware and games like Minecraft running on the previous generation, there are no in-house studios working on new games for the Xbox One anymore, and Microsoft has been slowly pushing it to this point, using Xbox Cloud Gaming to offer games like Microsoft Flight Simulator For existing Xbox One users.
Microsoft's latest Xbox Game Show didn't feature any first-party games that would run on Xbox One natively, and Booty says the company will continue to leverage the Xbox Cloud gaming infrastructure to bring the latest games to Xbox One users. out on support," according to theverge report.  
Microsoft's own game developers are now focusing on Xbox Series S/X consoles, despite claims that some developers are asking Microsoft to drop mandatory Xbox Series S compatibility for the latest Xbox games, and the $299 Xbox Series S launched as a gaming-capable console. 1440p at up to 120fps, but many games only hit 1080p and no higher frame rates than the more powerful Xbox Series X.
 Microsoft's larger and more powerful Xbox Series X has more GPU power and also more 16GB of RAM, with the smaller Xbox Series S only having 10GB of RAM, memory limitations were Painful for some developers, but Microsoft has worked to try and improve the overall graphics performance of its Xbox mini and free up more memory for developers to get to the Xbox Series S.
"Is it more work?" Building for the Xbox Series S, "Absolutely" Booty admits but claims that Microsoft's Xbox Game Studios have managed to get more performance out of their latest games built for the Xbox Series S.
Microsoft also announced a 1TB black version of its Xbox Series S console during a presentation in an effort to address concerns about the 512GB storage situation on the Xbox Series S base.
And with the Xbox One in Microsoft's rearview mirror, Xbox chief Phil Spencer recently admitted that the company "has lost the worst generation in the Xbox One generation, as everyone built their digital library of games."
And Microsoft is now trying to bounce back with the Xbox Series X/S after a quiet year for Xbox releases in 2022. But the Xbox Games Showcase showed a solid number of first-party games coming to Xbox in 2023 and 2024.