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Opinion: Should Microsoft provide a public roadmap of its future games?

It’s a difficult call deciding when a future game should be announced. There are no doubt marketing plans, investment outlooks, and dozens of other variables that go into it. Determining the perfect time drastically affects how enthusiastic fans are in some situations. So when’s the best time to do it? Should developers like Microsoft lay […] Read More: Opinion: Should Microsoft provid
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