Report: Hi-Fi Rush, Pentiment, Sea Of Thieves, Grounded Said To Be The Four Multiplatform Xbox Titles


Posted on February 16, 2024 by Nick Moreno

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This week, Microsoft officially broke its silence on the biggest controversy for its Xbox platform: multiplatform releases. Partly, there was a major slew of rumors & claims that insisted that Xbox would be going full third-party. However, other reports say it’s only a few games reaching to competing consoles. In the end, Microsoft shared four games are part of the roadmap. But, what those games are were left undisclosed.

For certain what those titles won’t be – Phil Spencer did address that much. During the presentation, Spencer said both Starfield & Indiana Jones and the Great Circle are not part of the plans. Furthermore, he also elaborated that there are no other plans for additional titles. “So if you’re on those other platforms and see those four games coming, please do take it as some signal that everything’s coming – it’s not,” he said.

And while the industry must patiently await Microsoft or the respected teams to tell what these games will be, insiders happen to already have an understanding on the unannounced four games. In one report from The Verge, sources tell that Hi-Fi Rush & Pentiment are to be the first two. That is then followed by Sea of Thieves & Grounded.

Even more, credible Japanese publication Famitsu also reports similar whispers within Microsoft as well; corroborating the same list of titles. And even going off of Spencer’s statement for these games, they match the description. “Two of them kinda community-driven games that we can continue to invest in,” Spencer elaborated during the podcast.

“Two of the other games are smaller games that were never really meant to be built for as ‘platform exclusives’ and all the fanfare that goes all around that.” He presses this endeavor will open more opportunities for games that were built from the same foundation. Even still, these titles will launch first on Xbox Game Pass. Which was said now to be over 34 million strong. You can read the full report by heading here.

What has you most interested for these reported titles coming to PlayStation?

Source: The Verge, Famitsu

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