Microsoft has beaten a lot on the nuance of generations, which in its vision never really end, since the debut of Xbox Series X.
A diametrically opposite vision for large stretches compared to that promoted by Sony for PS5, although over time the Japanese house has lightened its positions in this regard.
After submitting games as State of Decay 3, Fable, Forza Motorsport and Avowed , out only for next-gen platforms, it seemed, however, that Xbox was following PlayStation 5 on the idea which will be used exclusively to encourage users to take the big leap.
Microsoft Executive Vice President of Gaming Phil Spencer spoke on this aspect, interviewed by Kotaku .
“I think we’ll take it on a case by case basis,” explained Spencer, revealing that ratings will be taken on individual games. The original position, however, was for Xbox One support for the next two years.
«When we talk about a couple of years, it’s just that when we look at the roadmap of the games and things we are developing , this is what we see.
And so we’re just trying to be transparent with people about the roadmap of games that would come for the next generation. “
A survey by fans revealed that, however, the list of titles released this year and coming to Xbox One is still very conspicuous, beyond the promises.
Despite the rumors and the postponement to a later date, Halo Infinite is among the cross-gen games promised by Microsoft.
This shouldn’t change by the time the first-person shooter is available, on an unknown date and format.
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