After having suffered fierce criticism for the lack of exclusive weight in recent years, Microsoft has rolled up its sleeves and, after carrying out a campaign purchases worthy of note culminated with the epochal acquisition of Bethesda, is continuing to work
According to the self-defending Colteastwood inside his latest YouTube video, Microsoft is saving over 30 exclusives to be released on Windows PC and Xbox consoles next year. The games will come from both Xbox Game Studios and third-party developers, with whom the Redmond giant evidently has made commercial and possibly productive agreements. Of course, this count may include exclusive time, which may later be on PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch.
The video you find at the top of the news shows some of the weight exclusives that Microsoft has already announced and shown in action (including Starfield and STALKER 2), but according to the insider there are still titles we don’t know anything about and Among these could include Project Missouri, the new voiced RPG of Obsidian inspired by Disco Elysium, and coming exclusively on Microsoft platforms in 2022, according to the latest rumors of Jeff Grubb.