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Xbox To Obtain New Studios, According To Phil Spencer Interview

by Hamza Qayyum
Xbox To Obtain New Studios, According To Phil Spencer Interview

Xbox seems to be at the forefront of gaming news recently, and Microsoft purchasing Activision Blizzard has got gamers wondering what this enormous company’s next major move will be. One thing is certain, Microsoft isn’t stopping anytime soon as the head of Xbox Phil Spencer has clarified that they will continue adding more studios to their arsenal.

In a recent interview on CNBC, Phil Spencer was approached with the question of what the company’s future goals and intentions were regarding the studios they choose to acquire. He responded with:

“This is such a competitive market. I don’t think we get to press pause on anything.” He continued to present factors that influenced this decision such as the success of major gaming businesses, namely Tencent and Sony. He mentions that these companies continue to invest heavily which contributes to the gaming giants they are today.

Phil Spencer has been very direct and open about the future intentions of Xbox as he has also previously stated that they do not plan to raise the prices of their consoles unlike their competitor, Sony.

Spencer went on to add, “We strive to be a major player here. We want to deliver great content for our players, and we’re going to remain active. Like I said, whether that’s investing in our internal teams that are already building great games that people know and love. Whether it’s building new partnerships.” This goes to show that Phil Spencer is keeping the interest of gamers at the forefront and could prove to be a new leap for Xbox.

With the possibility of Activision’s Call of Duty becoming an exclusive some years down the line, gamers will have to keep their eyes peeled for exciting news.

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