On paper, with the power of their capital that managed to bring all the Bethesda flags now standing under them and maybe later, Activision Blizzard, Xbox should skyrocket to become one of the most dominant forces in the gaming industry. But instead of that, it was the Playstation name and even crazier – it was the Nintendo Switch that dominated the conversation for 2022 yesterday. Dozens of first-party studios owned by Xbox seemed not to show their noses last year, something even the big boss – Phil Spencer admits.
With Redfall and Starfield being postponed to 2023, Xbox only has a game concocted Obisidian – Pentiment as their first-party game. In his recent interview with IGN, Phil Spencer has publicly admitted that their 2022 release of their first party game was a disappointment despite their ambition to provide steady, periodic game releases for their platform. However, he believes that 2023 will get better with the games they are preparing, especially Starfield, which will get its own highlights later.
Phil Spencer admits that the release of first-party Xbox games in 2022 is disappointing.
Spencer also wants to share information about their games which already have release dates instead of something that makes gamers tired of waiting again. How about you? Optimistic about Xbox performance in 2023?
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