Christopher Dring talks about releasing some games in development at Xbox Game Studios on a podcast.
In Diem Podcast „VGC off the record 2Christopher Dering of GamesIndustry said he spoke to a few friends from Xbox Game Studios. A large number of new games are currently under development. Promising games like Everwild, Fable 4, and Perfect Dark Reboot are also included.
The release of these games is said to be far from fetched, according to his sources, as he casually added in a joke that a new Xbox might appear earlier.
Dring explains, “If I look at games, I have an Xbox Series X and I love it. I have a PS5 and I love it. I play PS5 because of the many exclusive games that I don’t have on Xbox. And if you look at Xbox … Xbox has a lot of amazing studios and it will come up.” These games, but I have some conversations with some friends at Xbox Game Studios and these games that they announced – Everwild, Perfect Dark, and Fable – are a long way away. ”He even joked that“ there might even be a new Xbox when these games come out … It’s way too far. “Regarding the rumor that Xbox will be launching the next Hideo Kojima game, Dring added, I wonder if Xbox is looking to invest in signing certain products at the moment because they don’t have a host of flagship exclusives.
Currently, the schedule for Microsoft Xbox Game Studios is unclear. There are rumors that Forza Horizon 5 will be released later this year. Microsoft Flight Simulator for Xbox was announced in Summer 2021. Halo Infinite will also be released in 2021.
The release dates for Psychonauts 2, As Dusk Falls, Grounded, Starfield, Avowed, Everwild, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, Forza Motorsport, Wolfenstein III and many more are still pending. Furthermore, the Forza Motorsport 8 test phase has already begun.
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We previously reported on how Insider “Klobrille” evaluated Xbox Game Studios’ release plan and how it might look.
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