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Xbox boss Phil Spencer insists Microsoft still "supportive" of physical media - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
21.02.2024 / 13:33

Xbox boss Phil Spencer insists Microsoft still "supportive" of physical media

Xbox boss Phil Spencer has addressed lingering questions around the company stance on physical media following last year's leaks of an «adorably all-digital» Xbox Series X refresh, saying Microsoft continues to be «supportive» of the medium, and insisting «getting rid of physical, that's not a strategic thing for us.»

Phil Spencer Explains The 1,900 Layoffs In Microsoft Gaming - gameranx.com
gameranx.com
21.02.2024 / 13:09

Phil Spencer Explains The 1,900 Layoffs In Microsoft Gaming

Phil Spencer has gone on record on why Microsoft Gaming suddenly fired 1,900 of their own employees after the Activision Blizzard King merger was finalized months earlier.

Xbox Boss Phil Spencer Suggests New Call of Duty Games Will Hit Game Pass Day One - ign.com - Britain - county Gulf
ign.com
21.02.2024 / 11:59

Xbox Boss Phil Spencer Suggests New Call of Duty Games Will Hit Game Pass Day One

Will this year’s Call of Duty launch day one on Game Pass? Xbox boss Phil Spencer has suggested it will.

Ditching physical media 'not a strategic thing' for Xbox, says Phil Spencer - techradar.com - county Spencer
techradar.com
21.02.2024 / 10:09

Ditching physical media 'not a strategic thing' for Xbox, says Phil Spencer

Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer has confirmed that Xbox will not be moving away from physical media anytime soon, despite the market trending towards digital purchases.

Phil Spencer Isn’t “Holding His Breath” Regarding Sony and Nintendo Bringing Games To Xbox - gameranx.com
gameranx.com
16.02.2024 / 22:55

Phil Spencer Isn’t “Holding His Breath” Regarding Sony and Nintendo Bringing Games To Xbox

Many people are still trying to process everything that happened during Xbox’s “Business Update” that transpired yesterday. This is because the whole presentation read as nothing more than “this could’ve been an email,” as nothing truly significant was revealed. The only “big pieces of news” were that Microsoft would bring four titles that had been out for a while to other platforms and that Microsoft was already working on their next-gen console to follow the Xbox Series X/S. But now, a separate interview from Xbox’s Phil Spencer has further shed light on what he feels is “best for business” from both Xbox and beyond…and it’s really telling.

Xbox has reportedly considered releasing Flight Simulator and the next Doom on rival consoles - videogameschronicle.com - state Indiana
videogameschronicle.com
16.02.2024 / 14:19

Xbox has reportedly considered releasing Flight Simulator and the next Doom on rival consoles

Xbox has reportedly weighed up the idea of releasing Microsoft Flight Simulator and the next Doom game for rival consoles.

Xbox boss Phil Spencer isn't ruling out Starfield ever coming to PS5 - gamesradar.com - state Indiana
gamesradar.com
16.02.2024 / 11:43

Xbox boss Phil Spencer isn't ruling out Starfield ever coming to PS5

Starfield on PS5 is still a possibility, according to Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer.

Phil Spencer says Game Pass now has 34m "fully paid" subscribers - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
16.02.2024 / 02:23

Phil Spencer says Game Pass now has 34m "fully paid" subscribers

Microsoft has shared updated Game Pass membership figures for the first time since January 2022, saying the on-demand gaming service now has 34m «fully paid» subscribers, with «significant growth» coming from PC and cloud.

Phil Spencer Doesn’t See Any Benefit in Helldivers 2 Not Being on Xbox - gamingbolt.com - state Indiana
gamingbolt.com
16.02.2024 / 01:38

Phil Spencer Doesn’t See Any Benefit in Helldivers 2 Not Being on Xbox

Microsoft has announced that it’s bringing four of its first-party titles to rival platforms, and though it hasn’t yet been confirmed what those four games are (besides the fact that Starfield or Indiana Jones are not among them– well, for now, at least), it does very much look like the company is testing the waters for future plans of expanding its multiplatform presence.

Xbox chiefs assure players "hardware is a critical component" of the business amid speculation that Microsoft could stop making consoles - gamesradar.com - state Indiana
gamesradar.com
15.02.2024 / 22:47

Xbox chiefs assure players "hardware is a critical component" of the business amid speculation that Microsoft could stop making consoles

Well, Xbox most definitely isn't exiting the console business any time soon, with today's business update absolutely squashing any speculation that Xbox Series X would be Microsoft's final gaming console.

Phil Spencer shuts down multiplatform concerns, says next-gen Xbox console will "respect the investments that people have made" in the platform - gamesradar.com - state Indiana
gamesradar.com
15.02.2024 / 22:47

Phil Spencer shuts down multiplatform concerns, says next-gen Xbox console will "respect the investments that people have made" in the platform

Seemingly speaking to Xbox devotees worried by rumors that the core platform is getting thinner, Microsoft Gaming boss Phil Spencer has committed to future hardware generations that "respect the investments that people have made in Xbox." 

Microsoft Confirms There Will be Another Xbox Platform - gameranx.com
gameranx.com
15.02.2024 / 22:11

Microsoft Confirms There Will be Another Xbox Platform

So, to say that the Xbox event that dropped today was “eventful” might be a bit of an overstatement for various reasons. One of those reasons is that nothing significant was truly revealed on the gaming side, and despite all sorts of “the sky is falling” statements about Microsoft going third-party, it didn’t happen. All Microsoft stated was that they wanted to “test the waters” by having certain titles go multi-platform despite being exclusive in the past, which is something numerous titles have done across several publishers. However, lost within that indecisiveness was a small glimmer of information that highlights the future of the company’s console brand.

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