Phil Spencer, in an interview with Giant Bomb, talked about Xbox One backwards compatibility, exclusives, and how he wants to give people the choice to be able to play the games they want to play where they want to play them.
“As a gamer I play games on PC… I want to be able to play the games where I want to play them… I want to give people a choice.”
“There’s this kind of back channel frankly I don’t really subscribe to of you need to keep people from playing in certain places, somehow that’s the answer… I want to give people choice and with Xbox I want it to be the best TV gaming experience you can have but frankly if I’m not on my TV and I’m on my laptop, and want to play killer instinct, I want to play gear, I want to play fable, I should be able to do that and to try force people to buy something by excluding their choice.”
You can check out the interview with Phil Spencer below:
Please note that the MIcrosoft Interview starts at 3:05
During the first ever PC Gaming Show at E3 2015, which Xbox boss Phil Spencer, attended, Microsoft revealed that Gears of War Ultimate Collection and Killer Instinct are coming to Windows 10. PC gamers have been asking for more titles, including Forza and Rise of the Tomb Raider, and according to Microsoft’s Kudo Tsunoda, the company will announce more games coming to the PC in the coming months.
As Kudo Tsunoda noted more info will start rolling in as we approach Gamescom, so we should be getting some news rather soon. Gamescom will be held at Cologne, Germany, between August 5-9 2015. We will bring you any new information from Microsoft as soon as it becomes available.