Xbox head Phil Spencer talks about cross-platform strategy, and more Xbox games coming to Nintendo and PlayStation

Xbox head Phil Spencer spoke about the new direction the gaming brand has taken. From this year onwards, the giant no longer aims to keep content from players by making it exclusive, but to give players different options.

Earlier this year, Hi-Fi Rush, Grounded, Sea of ​​Thieves, and Pentiment were released on Nintendo and PlayStation consoles. Initially, Microsoft was going to limit it to 4 games, but it looks like more are on the way. In an interview with The Verge, Spencer says we’ll see more Xbox games on other platforms in the near future.

“Our commitment to Xbox customers is that you will get the opportunity to purchase or subscribe to the game, and we will support the game on other screens. You’ll see more of our games on more platformsWe see that as a benefit to the franchises we’re building, we see that from players, and players love being able to play.

Microsoft’s idea is to make games available everywhere to maximize profit and reach as many players as possible. Players will then be given the option to purchase a game on another platform, via the Microsoft Store on a PC or Xbox console, or play it via Xbox Game Pass. According to Microsoft, it’s about giving players options.

According to Windows Central, Microsoft is considering bringing Starfield to PlayStation 5.


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