Friday, May 8th 2020

Microsoft Announces List of Over 140 Publishers & Studios Working on Xbox Series X Games

In the latest episode of Inside Xbox, Microsoft showed off trailers for several new games including Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, and Dirt 5. Alongside the new game trailers, Microsoft also published a list of over 140 publishers and studios all working on games for the new console. Big names such as 2K Games, Activision, Bethesda, Bungie, Electronic Arts, SEGA, Square Enix, and Ubisoft are all present along with countless smaller publishers and studios. The full list of publishers and studios can be found below.
Source: Inside Xbox
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9 Comments on Microsoft Announces List of Over 140 Publishers & Studios Working on Xbox Series X Games

#1
dinmaster
Includes a little new and alot of already made games to work on the system like fortnite, warframe etc. good try microsoft
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#2
Vayra86
No way, lots of studios will be making games for a new console.

Are you kidding? Damn! Fantastic!

Tomorrow: you get a controller with your purchase of said console. It has thumbsticks and a GREEN Xbox logo. World's full of surprises.
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#4
_JP_
If that have to state this it's because at start, there will be little new to choose...


"they're being worked-on, we told you! Release Q3 2022, because Xmas sales before anything else"
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#5
Shatun_Bear
What's the point of a Series X since they will make all its games release on PC simultaneously? Worse still, first-party stuff will also have to run on the old XB1 for 2 years.
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#6
Crustybeaver
Shatun_Bear
What's the point of a Series X since they will make all its games release on PC simultaneously? Worse still, first-party stuff will also have to run on the old XB1 for 2 years.
There's a lot of people who want to play games but don't have the first idea about how to build a pc. Some might think that building a pc requires more financial outlay. Others might have all their friends on Xbox. Some may have a TV and not a monitor. Some may not have a desk or room to put a pc. Some may have wives or girlfriends that don't want another electrical "gadget" in the house. I could go on if you like?
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#7
Cranky5150
Welcome to the new episode of "These are the days of my Xbox.." frigging soap opera this...
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#8
MxPhenom 216
ASIC Engineer
And about ten of those will be Xbox exclusives. About half that will actually receive attention by gamers.
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#9
Shatun_Bear
Crustybeaver
There's a lot of people who want to play games but don't have the first idea about how to build a pc. Some might think that building a pc requires more financial outlay. Others might have all their friends on Xbox. Some may have a TV and not a monitor. Some may not have a desk or room to put a pc. Some may have wives or girlfriends that don't want another electrical "gadget" in the house. I could go on if you like?
Those people can just play the same games on their old XB1, Xbox One X or even PS4, which is a point perhaps I didn't make clear (all Series X games for first 2 years will be on XB1 too).

Anyone semi serious about gaming will have a gaming PC and won't need a Series X. Anyone who doesn't fall into the above two categories are a tiny niche.

On PS5, only a handful of its exclusives make it to PC. And unlike Series X, actual exclusives will be there day one (built from ground up to only run on PS5's specs as baseline). So it definitely looks a worthwhile proposition compared to its rival, which has essentially zero value to me because of the above.
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