Microsoft To Ship More New IPs Than They Have In A Long Time In 2016, Win10 Xbox360 Streaming Not In Development

Francesco De Meo
Posted Jan 2, 2016
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2015 has been a great year for the Xbox One console and 2016 promises to be just as good, with many high profile titles hitting Microsoft’s latest home console. A few hours ago the Xbox division Head Phil Spencer has shared more on the new year on Twitter, revealing something on the company’s 2016.

A few hours ago Mr. Spencer has been asked on Twitter his thoughts about the Xbox’s2016 by a fan. In his answer, the Xbox division Head stated that 2016 should be a very good year, with the company shipping more new IPs than they have in a long time. He also added that it’s a good challenge to make new IPs succeed, but the Xbox division will surely be up to the challenge.

Mr. Spencer has also shared more about a variety of other matters such as Limited Editions of upcoming high profile releases and more. A fan has also asked about Xbox 360 -Windows 10  streaming. Unfortunately, this feature is currently not in development, according to Phil Spencer.

2016 is definitely going to be a very good year for Xbox One owners all over the world thanks to the release of some highly anticipated exclusive games such as Remedy Entertainment’s Quantum Break and Platinum Games’ action role playing game Scalebound, just to name a few Xbox One exclusives launching during 2016.

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Speaking about Remedy Entertainment, Phil Spencer has been asked about a possible return of Alan Wake, another game developed by Remedy Entertainment. Mr. Spencer stated that Remedy Entertainment is still fully focused on Quantum Break but they will surely talk about the future once the game is out. While this is far from being a confirmation, it’s definitely good to know that the possibility of an Alan Wake return could be considered.

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