Microsoft’s chief executive of gaming and head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, believes exclusive games for a single console will become something we see less of over time.
This news comes from a new interview with Spencer bloomberg Discussion in Microsoft’s process Activision Blizzard Acquisition, Scenario of Console Specification, and more. He believes this is a good thing for the gaming industry in the long run.
,[It] That’s something we’re going to see less and less of “when discussing the idea of a specific game that’s specific to a device.” Maybe you happen to buy an Xbox in your house, and I Buy a PlayStation, and our kids want to play together, and they can’t because we bought the wrong piece of plastic to plug into our televisions.
“We really like being able to bring in more players in reducing friction, making people feel safe, feel safe when they are playing, allow them to play with their friends, No matter what device – I think in the long run it’s good for the industry. And maybe in the short run, there are some people in some companies that don’t like it. But I guess as we get out of the hump Come out and see where this industry can grow, it proves to be true.”
bloomberg Also asked Spencer about the status of Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard acquisition, how the company would handle Activism taking place within Blizzard’s Unions and Ongoing Unionization EffortsAnd much more, so be sure to check out the publication’s full story Here,
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