Xbox’s Game Pass Heading to Nintendo? Company Reaffirms Interest in Bringing Service to Every Screen

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At the recent Wells Fargo TMT Summit, Xbox CFO Tim Stuart reiterated Microsoft and Xbox’s commitment to making gaming more accessible than ever. This new approach aims to bring first-party experiences and subscription services to every gaming screen, including smart TVs, mobile devices, and even rival consoles like PlayStation and Nintendo, as reported by GameSpot. This marks a significant strategic shift for Xbox and could potentially change the gaming landscape in the near future.

Additionally, Xbox’s recent deal with Nintendo to release Call of Duty games on its platforms, along with Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer’s desire to integrate Nintendo fans into the Xbox community, signals a new era of collaboration between the two gaming giants. However, bringing subscription services like Game Pass to other platforms may pose a challenge for Microsoft, especially in light of its recent acquisition of Activision Blizzard.


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