Microsoft says it's gearing up to stop producing Xbox360 consoles after over 10 years of production.
Xbox360 became the 6th most popular game of all-time after the official launch in 2005.
Xbox360 certainly reshaped the gaming industry but the perks of it is now aging.
The Xbox Consoles left will be limited varying by countries with availability of the product.
Xbox Live services will continue, along with technical support, despite manufacturing coming to an end.
More than 80 million units of the console have been sold since it was launched, placing it behind PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, Game Boy, PlayStation and Wii in the all-time bestseller list.
The latest Microsoft console - Xbox One - launched in 2013 and is backwards compatible, meaning many Xbox 360 games can be played on it.