What'll be even more funny is if Rockstar signed an exclusivity deal with Sony for next gen releases. The shape the Xbox One is in at the moment, it's not hard to imagine that developers may overlook it.
Xbox One is not in bad shape, it's in much better shape that the Xbox 360 was and that was great. The PS4 is just in better shape but not nearly enough for a developer to let themselves lose the money they would gain by also developing to both systems. Notice how most 3rd party developers going exclusive in PS4 are indies, which probably are safer taking the exclusivity deal money. Exclusivity is bad for bussiness and the medium. RIP my spelling I think.
It's doing pretty bad, you can still buy a 'Day One Edition' Xbox One from stores.
They even had to halt production on their system due to low sales figures, to much supply not enough demand.
I don't fan/favour either console since I don't own either of them yet, so I can't give my own personal opinion of either console, but with the PS4 being a more powerful console people will flock towards that, and they are judging by the sales figures alone. Also, Kinect is an issue, it's not required yet still bundled with the console. The majority of Xbox One users would simply just prefer not to have it judging by the negativity surrounding it.
That being said, it's still early days, it may turn in their favour. This years E3 will make or break it for them, but if they have Usher on stage again, it's game over for them. And if the console isn't selling, 3rd party developers will simply just stop developing for the console.
X1 definitely not in bad shape, just going through the same problem with developers the PS3 had when it first came out, and the PS3 wasn't consider "in bad shape" then. Sounds like fanboy talk that's all, both systems are amazing.
The PS3 was in terrible shape, for a good 3 years after release. Nobody disputes this.