More Xbox One exclusive titles coming this year, says Phil Spencer
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has been the bearer of very good news for Xbox users all around the world. While this question has been the curiosity of many players so far, it only occurred last night on Twitter to one of the many players from the Xbox community to ask it.
In a tweet, a user asked Phil Spencer whether there would be any more exclusive games for the Xbox One console coming out this year. The reply came swift and definitive and with it, a lot more exclusives for the Microsoft console in 2017.
Having a game people love that is only available on your console will definitely rake in device purchases and knowing that you are part of a select group that gets to enjoy a specific game always feels good for the consumer.
Xbox Game Titles
Some of the new titles coming in are Sea of Thieves and Halo Wars 2. The latter is a sequel to the 2009 release, a major success in its own right and Xbox is looking to replicate it with this year’s installment of the franchise.
Sea of Thieves is a game that has been teased for a couple of years now. In the game, you will be taking a first-person approach to the pirate life with many interactive elements available for you and your friends.
It’s still going to be a while before Sea of Thieves comes out, but those too eager to try it out could opt to enroll in the games’ special Insider gig. Yes, it has an Insider program much like Microsoft hosts for its software.
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