According to recent reports, Xbox head Phil Spencer has confirmed that the company has no intention of discontinuing the production of Xbox consoles. In fact, Spencer stated that the company’s strategy will continue to focus on utilizing multiple devices. Last week, reporter Shannon Liao revealed that Xbox held an internal townhall meeting where Spencer emphasized the importance of Xbox consoles in the company’s future plans.
Furthermore, Spencer announced that Xbox will maintain a strategy that emphasizes the use of multiple devices, rather than relying solely on one console like the Xbox Series X. This means that Xbox will continue to pursue initiatives to bring more games to mobile devices through cloud technology, a strategy that the company has been working on for several years.
These reports emerged following recent news that some Xbox games will be made available on PlayStation consoles in the future. This includes exclusive titles like Indiana Jones and the Great Circle and Starfield. After these reports surfaced, Spencer reassured the public through a Twitter post that more information regarding Xbox’s strategy will be revealed in the coming week.
It is expected that more details regarding Xbox’s approach to making its exclusives available on other platforms, such as PlayStation, will be disclosed in the near future. For a comprehensive overview of Xbox’s upcoming exclusives and games, visit our Xbox Series X games guide.