Xbox President Bill Spencer has called the Xbox Game Pass “open” to make it available on PlayStation and Nintendo consoles.
In an interview Game Reactor, Spencer’s Future Xbox Game Boss, talks about the acquisition of Bethesda and the idea of uniqueness in future games. When asked about the possibility of GamePass coming to the PlayStation and Nintendo consoles, Spencer did not rule out that opportunity.
Spencer reiterated that the company’s top priority is “reaching more players” and that the service will “come to iOS at some point.” At this point, he noted, the primary focus is “working on some” [the] Technology on the big screen computer, and getting iOS based on streaming “, however, when finished, the company” will see what other options “.
He said there was “a lot of discussion” about making the Xbox Game Pass available for newer devices, and that “this would be a priority in terms of where to find the most new players.” Spencer concluded that he loved the Nintendo Switch and the PlayStation, and although he did not know they were the “next big users”, he was “open to those discussions”.
During the interview, Spencer also talked about the release of some first-party games on the Nintendo Switch, recently released Ori and Whisp’s preference. Spencer described such decisions as “minor contradictions every time” due to “relationships and some developers who want to do certain things”.
Spencer noted that plans for family-friendly content are the main focus when it comes to content coming to the Xbox Game Pass. Regarding future acquisitions, the company said, “We are looking for teams that can create new owners, [and] Tell new stories, ”he said.
The Xbox Game Pass will be released next month (November 12) at E.A. The Play format is about to add a whole new perk. Members now have the EA included in their subscription price Access to the library of topics will be provided.
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