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Microsoft aims to bring Game Pass to “each device”

Forza on Switch, let's go! Microsoft's Phil Spencer has some great plans for Xbox Game Pass. In addition to providing…

Forza on Switch, let’s go!

Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has some great plans for Xbox Game Pass. In addition to providing the service to mobile devices through Project xCloud, Spencer has said he would like to see the service version “each device.” It may mean quite a few things, but my immediate thought is streaming to Xbox One games for Nintendo Switch.

This was revealed by a new GameSpot report from Barclay’s conference in San Franciso. “When you’re thinking of reaching a customer with this content where their only computing device can be an Android phone,” explains Spencer, “you’re thinking,” What are all ways that people pay for content today? “So we built Xbox Game Pass &#821

1; it started on the console, it comes to PC, and eventually it will come to every device – we use the flywheel we have with Xbox customers to start the growth of Xbox Game Pass. ”

This can really go in any direction. I’m almost sure Spencer does not refer to rival consoles, but his choice of words is curious. With the Xbox brand more important than physical hardware, it may be wise for Microsoft to step out of the console and focus on creating games instead. At the same time, Microsoft recently continued to buy handsome developers, so it would be stupid to move that talent into multiplatform solutions after buying them.

That may mean good things for

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