Microsoft plans to release four exclusive games to Xbox each year

The lack of special games in the new generation consoles is felt on both sides. But it looks like Microsoft and Xbox Boss Phil Spencer is aiming to release four exclusive games each year.

Phil Spencer, CEO of Microsoft Gaming, talked about everything from Starfield to rumors of brand new consoles in a recent interview with IGN. He also briefly mentioned Xbox’s plans to release four exclusive games each year through first-party studios, supporting a statement made in June by Xbox Head of Game Studios Matt Booty.

4 exclusive gaming periods a year begin on Xbox

Just a few months ago, getting four games a year on Xbox consoles was just a simple request. Now, however, this has apparently evolved from a desire into a plan. Spencer emphasizes that this plan will already be realized this year, likewise, at least four special games will “definitely” arrive next year.

Spencer listed the special games that have been released and will be released this year as follows:

  • Hi-Fi Rush
  • Minecraft Legends
  • redfall
  • starfield
  • Forza
  • Age of Empires 4 (console)

Of course, it doesn’t matter if they are good or bad. Redfall, for example, was a game that Arkane of Xbox might want to forget as soon as possible. There are only a few days left for Starfield, and the information so far shows that the game is quite high quality. Historically, Xbox has come under criticism for not offering as many exclusive, first-party games as its rivals, particularly PlayStation. That said, Spencer’s commitment to releasing new games on Xbox is heartening for gamers. This also shows that Microsoft Gaming’s focus is shifting towards offering more exclusive games and competing with other gaming platforms.

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