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Third-party adoption of Xbox Play Anywhere “will happen in time,” says Spencer

Xbox boss Phil Spencer believes the large third-party publishers will embrace Xbox Play Anywhere once “they see how it works out” for Microsoft. Speaking in an interview with PC Authority, Spencer reiterated Microsoft wants to make its first-party games available on both Xbox and Windows, and feels that over time, more companies such as Ubisoft, […]
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