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PlayStation doesn’t have Starfield or Indiana Jones as Xbox retains their exclusivity plans

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PlayStation doesn’t have Starfield or Indiana Jones as Xbox retains their exclusivity plans

The Official Xbox Podcast has just released a special episode covering Xbox’s strategy for the future. Rumors have been circulating about Microsoft potentially ditching exclusive games, which was a major talking point in the episode.

It has been confirmed that there are four games, all at least a year old, that will be showing up in other forms. While no titles have been revealed, there are hints and leaks pointing to Hi-Fi Rush and Sea of Thieves as two of them. Additionally, Pentiment and Grounded are also rumored to be part of this multi-format release.

There are also rumors that Starfield and the upcoming Indiana Jones and the Great Circle will be multi-platform, but Phil Spencer has denied these claims. In summary, it seems that not much has changed in terms of Xbox’s game strategy.

The team behind the games will announce these multi-format releases themselves, so it seems like we will have to wait for more official details to be revealed. For more information, you can listen to the podcast episode on the Gamereactor.cn website.

Source: Gamereactor.cn

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