Xbox-Xbox X: Everything You Need To Know

Xbox-Xbox X: Everything You Need To Know

Xbox-Xbox X: Everything You Need To Know

His comments were in justification of skipping the feature on the next Xbox console, which we now know is the Xbox Series X, due out at the end of this year. However, now that headsets such as the Oculus Quest are bringing virtual reality to the mainstream, it seems Spencer is more confident in Xbox eventually releasing a virtual reality headset of its own. Later on, we would see how the Kinect actually nearly took the whole Xbox franchise into the ground Now join us at TheGamer as we relive the great console history of these devices, dive deep into Microsoft archives and showcase the good with the bad when it comes to the consoles. Since then, Spencer has returned to clarify the situation, claiming that he "hope [s] it's something that's so important that it would be a no-brainer for us to go and support it". "When I got into this job, the thing I was seeing were third parties skipping Xbox One and not even shipping on that platform", he said. This is what he has commented on the subject: "We wanted to build a game console that was the best we could offer on a television and offer a unique ability to creators who could use to create the best games". "I don't hope it goes away. They just wish they saw more Xboxes in the stores around here". What would you like to see become backwards compatible? Later in the interview, Spencer discussed GamePass further as an advantage not just for players, and not just for developers who want visibility, but also those who are looking for longer-term buy-in beyond launch window hype.

Xbox's executive vice president of gaming, Phil Spencer, has opened up about Microsoft's plan going into the next generation of consoles with Xbox Series X. Forget what you know from previous generations because this one is playing out quite differently. "But to be completely honest with you, I could be sitting with you today and it could've been a disaster". "I'm still gonna see some things get announced that aren't on our platform and I cringe every time that happens, but relative to four or five years ago, I feel good about our progress", he adds, concluding that Microsoft want "to continue to increase the relevance and importance of Xbox to people".

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