Xbox Will Reportedly Continue Making Console Hardware

Microsoft Will Make Multiple Consoles For The Future!

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  • Recent rumors stated that Xbox considered pulling out of the hardware market.
  • It was also claimed that the Xbox team was being kept in the dark about the decision next week.
  • A new report now states that Phil Spencer assured the team that Xbox would not exit the market.

It was recently revealed that Hi-Fi Rush would be coming to the PS5. This led to a chain of rumors, with many claiming that Indiana Jones and Starfield would follow suit. Others also stated that Microsoft would potentially quit the hardware market.

Amid the rumors, a new report states that Phil Spencer has assured his team. The CEO of Microsoft Gaming has reportedly stated that Xbox has no plans to quit this market.

Why it matters: Recent reports stated that Microsoft had lost hope in console hardware, possibly hinting at a cloud-based approach moving forward.

Xbox Best Rated Games of 2023
Xbox Best-Rated Games of 2023

A credible journalist, Shannon Liao, has revealed that an internal town hall was held on Tuesday. In the meeting, Phill Spencer assured the team that Xbox will continue with the strategy of releasing multiple devices.

This is reassuring since the Xbox team has yet to address current rumors. The silence from Phil Spencer and other executives was interpreted as an alarming sign by many, with claims that Microsoft would eventually confirm the rumors.

Still, it remains to be seen when the official announcement will be made. We certainly hope Phil Spencer’s words come to fruition since Xbox’s exit could be the worst possible outcome for the gaming industry.

Xbox Series S|X Controller
Xbox Series S|X Controller

Meanwhile, other reports also claim Xbox is working on two consoles for 2026, including a new handheld. Overall, there is still a lot we don’t know yet about Microsoft’s future strategy.

Xbox’s hardware has always offered a unique approach. Whether it be the all-in-one focus of the Xbox One or the unique budget approach of the Xbox Series S, Microsoft’s hardware department serves as a valuable part of the industry.

Therefore, Phil Spencer’s supposed reassurance to the team is encouraging. The final decision will be announced at some point next week, so we hope to see a positive message from Microsoft.

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