Microsoft has ended the sales of the Xbox One Black edition, according to Microsoft’s chief marketing officer, Brian Yost.
The company said on Wednesday that it would no longer offer the Black Edition of the new console.
Microsoft’s new Xbox will be available to buy on Nov. 19.
The Black Edition is a premium console, featuring an upgraded version of Microsoft’s operating system and game console hardware.
The new console is the first major hardware refresh since Microsoft announced its plans to bring its first console to market in 2019.
“We are ending the Black Series of consoles in order to focus on building our portfolio for future Xbox hardware, including the future Xbox One,” Yost said in a statement.
“Xbox One Black is a great option for gamers who want to enjoy all the games and experiences that they’ve come to love.”
The company also announced that it was dropping the Xbox 360 Black Edition in favor of the more affordable Xbox One X, which will go on sale in March.
Xbox One Elite and Elite x4 are the only consoles available for purchase in the Black series.
The Xbox One and Xbox One Pro are the new consoles available in the Silver Series of Xbox consoles.
Microsoft is also offering a Black Edition Xbox One S console, which is essentially the same console but without the power cord.
Microsoft said the Black model will be sold separately, with the $299 Black Edition being the only one available.
The Microsoft Elite and Pro models are still available for preorder for $399 and $399, respectively.
The console will launch on Nov.-Dec. 20.
The PC version of the next-generation console will also launch in the fall.
Microsoft has not released a date for when the next Xbox will arrive in the U.S., though it is rumored that it will be coming sometime in 2018.