Microsoft plans new business event to share its ‘vision for the future of Xbox’

It seems that the coming times will be interesting ones for Xbox enthusiasts. Not only is Microsoft reportedly poised to make its Xbox exclusives available on rival platforms, including the PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch, but a new event is on the cards as well. In a post on social media platform X, Phil Spencer, Microsoft Gaming CEO, revealed that the company has been “been planning a business update event for next week.”

In the post, Spencer also took to address the growing concerns within the gaming community regarding the potential expansion of Xbox exclusives to competing platforms. “We’re listening and we hear you. We’ve been planning a business update event for next week, where we look forward to sharing more details with you about our vision for the future of Xbox. Stay tuned,” read the post on X. This announcement by Spencer comes at a time when speculation is already running rampant – media reports suggest that some of the biggest hitters, such as Starfield, Sea of Thieves and Indiana Jones and the Great Circle, may make their way to the PlayStation 5.

Details of Microsoft’s multi-platform ambitions have been gradually emerging, with reports surfacing about the company’s intentions to bring popular titles such as Hi-Fi Rush and Starfield to the PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch. There has already been a lot of speculation and uncertainty regarding this matter, which seems to be the factor behind this upcoming “business update.”

For gamers who do not own Xbox consoles but have access to PlayStation or Nintendo platforms, this news represents an unprecedented opportunity to experience a broader range of gaming content previously exclusive to Xbox. The expanded availability of titles like Hi-Fi Rush and Starfield enhances players’ options and democratizes access to premium gaming experiences, allowing them to enjoy their favorite titles on their preferred gaming platforms.


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