This might be the last nail in the Kinect's coffin after years of slowly losing support from Microsoft.
The Kinect was discontinued in October previous year, but now the final nail has been struck into its coffin.
Gaming fans in general and Microsoft Xbox fans, in particular, have been following Microsoft's plans with some interest.
Since then Microsoft has confirmed that it has stopped producing the Kinect Adaptor which is needed to connect to the some Xboxes or to a PC.
The Kinect sensor allows gamers to play motion games like Just Dance, Dance Central, and Fruit Ninja, and can also be used for video calls via Skype and for webcam footage when streaming on Twitch or Mixer. Xbox One X features a vapor chamber for liquid-cooling.
The original Xbox One had a port for Kinect. Greg had probably done more for the Kinect than anyone at Microsoft and yet he was left guessing and getting his info from third parties. It has reportedly been out of stock at all the usual retailers - Microsoft and big chain speciality stores - for several months.
Much of the discontinuation discussion has focused on Kinect's lack of relevance in gaming, but this news could also have a knock-on effect in other industries too. You can still use Cortana voice commands through a headset mic, but not to say "Hey Cortana, Xbox on".
Xbox One X has been priced at Rs 44,990, which might force first time console customers to think twice before buying it as its competition is offering its console at a lower price point.