Xbox recently has come under fire for its lack of exclusive’s , and its apparent surrendering of the lead to its counterpart the PS4 which by far has been having a stellar year thus far. However one man who is still trying his level best to make the machine of choice for gamers is Phil Spencer.Recently he took to Twitter to inform his legion of fans that he would be travelling to the far east to meet with developers.
A great deal has been made about Xbox One games during the most recent month or somewhere in the vicinity, especially in the wake of Scalebound’s cancelation. From that point forward, numerous gamers have connected with Spencer over web-based social networking communicating worry about what the Xbox One has in the pipeline. Spencer has stayed unfaltering and sure about the wake of the gentle PR aftermath, referring to a requirement for the organization to “go out on a limb” with future games and focuses to the up and coming Sea of Thieves as one such offering that Xbox One players ought to anticipate.
According to the word from the audience:
it probably doesn’t help that Xbox’s main competitor has had such a strong start on the console exclusives front. The PS4 has seen Gravity Rush 2, Yakuza 0, Tales of Berseria, Nioh, and Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue in the first month and a half of 2017. This is not to mention that Horizon: Zero Dawn, NieR: Automata, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, Persona 5, and the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will all be added to that tally by the end of June.
And if you take a moment and look at that list of Sony console exclusives, eight of those ten games are developed in Japan. You can bet Phil Spencer probably knows that too.