Microsoft has decided to take the step of launching some of its most relevant titles on PS5 and Nintendo Switch. Rumors about the future of Xbox exclusivity have been continuous. Specifically, the focus has been placed on Indiana Jones and the Great Circle and Starfield as the two highest representatives of this openness policy. It was Phil Spencer himself, general director of Microsoft Gaming, who announced that next week there will be an event where all questions will be answered.
“We are listening and we hear you. We’ve been planning a business update event for next week, where we hope to share with you more details about our vision for the future of Xbox. Stay tuned.”
The exact date on which Microsoft will put its cards on the table has not been specified, but it’s worth waiting to know more details. Spencer also did not want to leave direct clues about what we can expect, although everything seems to be heading towards the topic of the exclusivities and how they will work in the future.
The information published so far talks about Hi-Fi Rush arriving on PS5 and Nintendo Switch in the first quarter of 2024, while Bethesda’s space RPG will do so shortly after the launch of its first expansion. The idea that persists is that the company will present the games first on its consoles to launch months later on the rest of the platforms.