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Fan-Favorite Xbox Exclusives Officially Coming to Nintendo Switch and Sony PlayStation

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Xbox has now confirmed the four Xbox exclusives that are coming to Nintendo Switch and Sony PlayStation. Grounded and Pentiment will come to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch devices on February 22 and April 16 respectively. Hi-Fi Rush and Sea of Thieves will only come to PlayStation 5 and will release respectively on March 19 and April 30, 2024.
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Next-Gen Xbox Console to Deliver “Largest Technical Leap”

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Xbox has just teased that its next-gen console will feature the largest technical leap that we have ever witnessed. Plus, the Xbox President Sarah Bond has confirmed that during the holidays this year, we will see updates from the company regarding new Xbox hardware. This is speculated to be the Xbox Series X/S refresh consoles - both or either one of them could come.
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Microsoft Is Bringing Four Xbox-Exclusive Games to PS5 and Nintendo Switch

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Microsoft is looking to expand its player base through non-exclusivity. In the recent business podcast, Phil Spencer officially declares four Xbox-exclusive games coming to PS5 and Nintendo Switch. While the games are not confirmed by Microsoft there are speculations of these games to be Hi-Fi Rush, Pentiment, Sea of Thieves, and Grounded.
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Xbox Will Reveal Big News on Thursday In a ‘Special Edition’ Podcast

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Microsoft is planning a business related podcast and has finally announced its dates. After addressing the leaks of Xbox games ports, Xbox will host its 'Special Edition' podcast on Thursday 15th February. This podcast will feature Microsoft Games CEO, Phil Spencer, Sarah Bond, the recently appointed President of Xbox, and Matt Booty, the Head of Xbox Game Studios.
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