From time to time we return to talk about the fact that Xbox Game Pass could also surprisingly land on the platforms of Microsoft’s gaming competitors, namely Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 5, but Phil Spencer puts a stop to the enthusiasm.\r\nThe subscription by Microsoft (which you can find on Amazon) has certainly changed the way in which video games are distributed, but this mode could remain in the narrow depths of Xbox for a while longer.\r\nAs reported by Windows Central, in fact, Phil Spencer explained that for the moment there is no plan to bring Xbox Game Pass to PlayStation or Nintendo platforms.\r\nThis clarification was necessary because, a few days ago, Xbox CFO Tim Stuart explained that the goal of The company is to bring Xbox Game Pass everywhere.\r\nPrecisely on «all the screens you can play on», including «smart TVs, mobile devices, devices that in the past we would have considered competitors, such as PlayStation and Nintendo», to quote the statement in question.\r\nHowever Phil Spencer has a completely different opinion, looking at the answer he gave in a recent interview on this topic:\r\n\r\n«I’ll start by saying that we have no intention of bringing Game Pass on PlayStation or Nintendo. It’s not in our plans. Game Pass has been one of the things we’ve built over the last five years and we continue to grow, both on PC and on the cloud. It’s an important part of the Xbox console’s identity. And I think it will continue to be that way. And we will continue to look for future ways to innovate our portfolio of games and our platform.”\r\n\r\nDespite not arriving on platforms other than Xbox, subscriptions like that of the Microsoft console still remain among the most requested for Christmas. According to a survey, in fact, children do not want physical video games from Santa Claus.\r\nA period in which you can also play many new games for free: here are the new December additions to the Xbox Game Pass catalogue.