From today the Xbox One family will be integrated with 3 models in the market because with the launch of Xbox One X a new stage will start in the life cycle of the current Microsoft console. However, after 4 years players have not stopped pointing at Xbox One for its lack of exclusive titles. Around this issue, Shannon Loftis, in charge of Xbox first-party publications, made important statements.
A few hours after the release of Xbox One X and preceded by the statements of Phil Spencer about the possibility that some of their games will arrive on other platforms and the announcement of the strategy to get more first-party games, Shannon Loftis spoke with GameSpot on the exclusive titles of the console at present.
Initially, the Xbox board defended the current offer of exclusive titles for Xbox One and revealed that more games of that type are on the way: “I think our offering is good and it is solid. I definitely hear that gamers want more. Would we love to have two-dozen more super-strong, absolutely exclusives? You bet. We do have more coming; more that are in the works that we’re not talking about now. But I feel good about what we have to offer for the launch [of Xbox One X].”
On the other hand, Loftis defended the Play Anywhere program, which allows to play titles on Xbox One and Windows 10, before some criticism from users who consider that the fact that a game running on 2 platforms takes away its exclusive character: “Regarding [Xbox Play Anywhere] and games being available on PC, I may be out in left field but I do not see how offering games on more platforms to more gamers is a bad thing necessarily, particularly in a multiplayer scenario.”
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