Before yesterday’s event for the Xbox, we knew that Microsoft had plans to make sure that a lot of video game titles could be cross-gen. This was usually an interesting strategy as we usually focus on getting customers to the latest hardware to enjoy the title of the new video game. With the Xbox it looks like there was an umbrella of a brand that would allow fans to enjoy the latest games even if it meant that some of the titles were somewhat reduced compared to the next generation Xbox series X counter. Unfortunately, if you expect to avoid upgrading to the next generation hardware platform, that may not be the case anymore.
There was some confusion yesterday when the Xbox Stream featured some of the next generation exclusive that would go against what Microsoft said before. As a result, Xbox marketing chief Aaron Greenberg mentioned the confusion on Twitter to clear up optimistic players.
Future 1P titles were first developed for the Xbox Series X. This is not to say that these games will not be shipped to Xbox One, only that we are leading with Series X and each studio will decide what is best for their game / community when they launch them.
– Aaron Greenberg 🙅🏼♂️❎ (@ArangGreenberg) July 23, 2020
It looks like first-party studios can still deliver next-generation video game titles without having to worry about cross-generation releases on the Xbox. What we saw during the event yesterday is the video game title that has since been released for the Xbox Series X years since the cross-generation platform release strategy Microsoft is not really warranting to follow their developers.
For now, it looks like if you want to make sure that both Microsoft and third parties are able to play the title of the latest video game from the first party, you may want to go ahead and upgrade to Xbox Series X. Unfortunately, We still don’t know if there is anything about him. Moreover, we still have no price points for the console.
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