According to Xbox president Phil Spencer, Microsoft is still planning to release gaming hardware after the launch of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, despite the gaming industry moving towards an all-digital, cloud-based future. Yahoo! Services like Finance, Spencer, Xbox Cloud Gaming, Google Stadia, and Amazon Luna have confirmed that Microsoft plans to develop custom gaming hardware, at least in the short term, although the world has changed the way they play.
Spencer said, “In terms of future hardware, I think we’ll definitely see more console hardware. Just like music, I think streaming doesn’t hinder device innovation. We’ll keep seeing it, and that’s definitely what we’re planning.”
With Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft is developing a strategy that will allow you to play Xbox games on many different devices, including PC and mobile devices.
The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will be released on November 10, 2020, and will cost $ 499 and $ 299 respectively.
As for Xbox Game Pass, its value continues to increase with announcements like Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda. So all future Bethesda games, including The Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield, will start on the Xbox Game Pass on day 1.