Microsoft intends to stay at the forefront of innovation and compete with rivals Tencent and Sony to make a new mark.
Spencer, Microsoft’s Xbox chief, went to Japan to attend the Tokyo Game Show festival and meet game developers. He expressed Microsoft’s ambition to be more integrated with talented manufacturers, whether existing partners or independent creators. Spencer ensures that Microsoft will always seize the opportunity to acquire any game studio when it sees potential, always keeping in mind that Xbox remains at the forefront of innovation and competition.
“It’s a competitive market, I don’t think Microsoft should pause anything. Tencent is the largest gaming company on the planet today, and they continue to invest heavily in game content and game creators,” said Spencer.
Sony is a big player in gaming today and it continues to invest, said a representative for the Xbox owner. It is a highly competitive market. The company is working hard to capture the Japanese RPG market and is pleased with its partnership with Discord.
Japan has a reputation for RPG games created by reputable senior developers. As Sony and Nintendo own the majority of the market share, Spencer points out that this is why Microsoft is working even harder at building relationships with Japanese game makers by sharing Xbox’s vision for the future. next generation and what kind of gaming environment they’re trying to build for players. He wants Japanese developers to share more with Microsoft and inspires to join forces on upcoming innovative projects.
Furthermore, in the interview, Spencer emphasized that the business has no interest in acquiring Discord. He is pleased with how the two companies have worked together as a team so far. Recently, Xbox partnered with Discord to integrate its voice chat services into a platform that has received much praise.
Microsoft attended the Tokyo Game Show unveiling a host of new Xbox game partnerships, reiterating its commitment to the Japanese gaming market and Xbox titles for game fans. .
Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer provided a lot of valuable information to various press to discuss the development plan in Japan. Phil Spencer had an interview with game.watch.impress.co.jp and discussed a wide range of topics about the game market and its competition with Tencent and Sony.