Phil Spencer Hints At Unnannounced PC Exclusive Games; Lack Of Big Franchises This Year Will Help Sea Of Thieves, Crackdown 3

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Feb 17, 2017
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In recent times, Xbox’s head Phil Spencer talked about the company’s commitment to PC gaming, introducing features like Play Anywhere in many of their recent games so to make playing on PC better than before. In a very recent interview, Phil Spencer reiterated the company’s commitment to PC gaming, hinting at some announcements coming in the near future.

Speaking at the Halo Wars 2 Launch Party, Phil Spencer revealed how he will talk more about their commitment to PC gaming in the future, hinting at PC exclusive games that have yet to be announced. Spencer also reiterated that more Xbox One exclusives will also be revealed in the future.

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Speaking about this year’s line-up, which will lack new entries in high profile franchises, Spencer noted how this lack is going to make this year quite interesting, giving the chance to titles like Rare’s Sea of Thieves and the highly anticipated Crackdown 3 to do well. Spencer also noted how he likes the challenge of not releasing the games they traditionally ship, so it will be very interesting to see how they will push this year’s titles and if their efforts will pay off in the end.

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With the E3 being so close, there’s a very good chance that some of these unannounced PC exclusives will be revealed during the Microsoft’s E3 2017 briefing, which will be held this year on Sunday, June 11th. During the press conference, Microsoft will also reveal more on the mysterious Project Scorpio, the new console that will release this year.

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