Microsoft will bring all first-party games from Xbox to PC.

Microsoft is all set to release its next-generation console series X in the market next month and before that, they have been making a lot of announcements related to the category. As per the trend and details, the company is no more dependent on the hardware of the Xbox alone. They are also focused on the games for Windows PC. As per Phil Spencer, they will be bringing their first-party Xbox games to PC and they will not be platform-specific. 

As per his official statement, “If we are shipping a first-party game, it’s coming to PC. If we are shipping the first-party game on PC it’s coming to Steam and our own store.” As per him, Microsoft has been very dedicated to both Xbox and PC gaming and they have been working on PC gaming for a long time. However, in the last couple of years, the focus has shifted more towards console games, giving fewer options for PC users. However, the company will now be giving their best efforts equally to both PC and Console games. 

As per him, Xbox will no longer mean a gaming console and will refer to a place where you can get the Xbox games for yourself. The company is trying to create an ecosystem where the games are not platform-specific for the users and will have games for both PC and console. There will still be exclusive platform games, but most of the games will also be coming to both console and PC.


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