We are at the end of a video game console generation, and you can see that in . The that its gaming revenue was down 10% during Q4 of its fiscal 2019, and it points to Xbox One hardware sales for the bulk of that decline.

Microsoft’s gaming division generated $233 million less than the same period last year. The 10 percent decline came primarily from a 48% drop in revenues from hardware. Microsoft said that was due to selling fewer Xbox Ones. But it also saw a drop in revenue from games.

“Xbox software and services declined 3% against a high prior year comparable from a third-party title,” reads Microsoft’s press release. “[That was] offset in part by subscription growth.”

That’s all Microsoft said

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