Gaming News Xbox Series: The amount of games in development would give Microsoft a headache!
In 2022, Microsoft and Xbox had a chance to launch some of their exclusives, but there must be a touch of frustration on the part of the American giant. Especially since the release window of some of his major productions has been pushed back to 2023. A year that, on the contrary, promises a lot to do and causes headaches for the company’s executives!
- A year 2023, very busy with games and exclusive products
- 2023, the year of the Xbox Series X|S consoles?
A year 2023, very busy with games and exclusive products
In the absence of Sony (if we discount pre-summer’s Game Fest State of Play) and Nintendo, Microsoft had a bit of a boulevard to shine during its summer conference with Bethesda Studios. At the end of an event that lasted more than an hour and a half and of which you can find the entire summary In this article, Microsoft has revealed to us a very wide range of games that will be released in this second half of the year and mostly in the next 2023.
However, if we at Xbox and Microsoft are happy to have such a large catalog of games, be it for more modest projects or big AAA, However, a major challenge awaits the teams, namely to organize the departure of all these beautiful people in the twelve months of 2023. According to the recent confessions of the head of Microsoft Studios and Xbox Game Studios, Matt Booty, it looks like a real headache!
2023, the year of the Xbox Series X|S consoles?
On paper, the list of games that will mark the next few years Xbox Series X|Sand in the short term 2023, makes you dizzy: starfield, red autumn, confesses, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2, Forza Motorsport, STALKER 2, ARK II… Some used the conference to put themselves in the spotlight, but a large number of them haven’t really settled things regarding their release date. And rightly so, as evidenced by a statement by Matt Booty that sparked wild reactions!
As passed from the website Dual Shocker, The Microsoft executive explained this because of the number of games in the company’s boxesand more specifically Xbox Game Studios, It has become complicated and tricky to set the release windows for all these productions. In view of this large number of games, Microsoft and Xbox are faced with a puzzle that is to be gradually solved from January. Let’s just hope for the American giant that the releases don’t overlap and shadow each other, because on the downside, PlayStation and Nintendo have some neat moves to play as well.