The good news is that Microsoft will tell us more this Thursday.
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According to the latest sources cited by The Verge, it seems that Hi-Fi Rush and Pentiment will be Microsoft's first multiplatform games under this new strategy. Microsoft also reportedly plans to launch Sea of Thieves on "new" platforms later in 2024, with other first-party titles being in question.
Adding to the information above, The Verge mentioned that Microsoft is considering launching its own Xbox mobile games store. This store would distribute popular titles such as Call of Duty Mobile, Candy Crush, and Diablo Immortal, which might be opening later this year.
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While it's all up in the air for us, on February 15, Microsoft executives, including Phil Spencer, Sarah Bond, and Matt Booty, will discuss their vision for the future of Xbox in a special episode of the Xbox podcast and we'll finally learn more.
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