Microsoft doesn’t care about PS5 competition for Xbox Scarlett

In the Microsoft remember that with Xbox One X they have already been able to build the best game console on the market.

Aaron Greenberg is one of the authorized voices in Microsoft to know first hand how things are in the video game division of the American company. This time he talked about Project Scarlett in very interesting terms.

“We are not worried about PS5, ” Greenberg said in an interview with the Kotaku portal. “We are very focused on consumers, it is what obsesses us and the competition does not at all. I think Sony has a great business, a very strong brand and a very robust presence, and we have great admiration for what they have done “.

“Similarly, we are very proud to have built the most powerful console in the world with Xbox One X , I think we have also grown in recent years our range of internal studies so we already have one of the largest groups, but the bigger, of first-party teams and we will continue to innovate with ideas like Project xCloud “.

We will grow on issues such as agreements with Japanese studies. The software? In Redmond they have been acknowledging for some time that it has been one of the points where there has been more room for improvement. “We also promise great innovation in a wide variety of game types, and we will grow in aspects such as agreements with Japanese developers with things like the Yakuza saga, Final Fantasy games on Xbox Game Pass or the Kingdom Hearts saga on consoles Xbox. All of this comes from our intention to listen to the fans and take time to carry out all these projects. ”

We recently told you about Xbox’s intention to stop the purchase of studios and prioritize the creation of new development teams internally.

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