Microsoft Studios games on Nintendo Switch include Studio MDHR's Cuphead, while Ori and the Blind Forest will come to Nintendo's console too. However, it looks unlikely that this partnership will continue with Xbox's future releases. Currently, the developers in the Xbox are nearly double than before. "As these new studios transitioned in, we were aware of some existing commitments to other platforms and will honor them", the spokesperson said. In the streaming war between Microsoft with Game Pass and Google Stadia, it does make a lot of sense to get your service on as many platforms as possible. What else can we expect Microsoft to bring over?
Microsoft continued, " We continue to believe deeply in cross-play and progression of games with the right flexibility for developers to ensure a fair and fun experience".
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The news comes as a further blow to Neil Woodford, who is a major shareholder in the company with an estimated 23 per cent stake. It added that it would need to review its current dividend policy.
'Polypill' shown to reduce heart disease and strokes by one-third
A low-priced pill which contains four different drugs is effective in preventing heart disease and strokes , a study has claimed. The polypill led to large reductions in bad cholesterol but had only a slight effect on blood pressure, the study showed.
Son of ex-NFL player accused of murdering parents arrested
Dylan caught a flight in Columbus, Ohio, had a layover in Atlanta before flying to Mexico where he is still at large. The arrest complaint said both appeared to have been shot multiple times.
In a note issued to GamesIndustry International, the Redmond platform owner has revealed that it doesn't plan on releasing titles from the Xbox Game Studios on other consoles, such as the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.
And to stop fans from worrying, Microsoft has stated that the company has no further plans to expand its exclusive Xbox titles to other platforms.
Xbox Game Studios has been on a studio-acquiring streak in recent years, beefing up support for first-party exclusives leading up to the release of the Xbox One's successor, codenamed Project Scarlett, in late 2020.