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Four Xbox Exclusives are Coming to Other Platforms

Microsoft confirmed four Xbox exclusive titles will be coming to other platforms in the future during their Updates on Xbox Business video.

The four titles were not revealed, but sources close to The Verge say the first two will be Hi-Fi Rush, and Pentiment, followed by Sea of Thieves, and Grounded.

This podcast also confirmed rumors Starfield and other big name titles would eventually release on other platforms is false; adding not every title will release elsewhere. While this seems like a definitive, yet vague, answer, The Verge posted an interview with Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer where he gave a slightly different response.

Verge: You mentioned that Starfield and Indiana Jones aren’t part of the four despite rumors, but will those ever come to PS5? Can you rule that out?

Spencer: I don’t think we should as an industry ever rule out a game going to any other platform. We’re focused on these four games and learning from the experience. 

But I don’t want to create a false expectation on those other platforms that this is somehow the first four to get over the dam and then the dam’s going to open and that everything else is coming, that’s not the plan today. I also don’t want to mislead customers on those other platforms. We’re launching these four games, and we’re excited about it. We’re excited about the announce and everything else, but we’ll see what happens for our business.

The Verge

While it’s impossible to say what, if anything, will change in the future, a number of exciting things were also confirmed for Xbox owners. Among the biggest is Day One exclusives will remain a thing despite fears of this ending following changes to the site. There will be a June showcase, followed by something exciting coming this holiday season. Finally, Diablo IV will be coming to Xbox Game Pass.

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