Phil Spencer joined Larry Hryb's video podcast to discuss gaming and the Xbox platform in 2020. Spencer touches on the stock shortages of the Xbox Series X and what Microsoft is doing to manufacture consoles to meet demand.
Executive Vice President of Gaming at Microsoft Phil Spencer recently thanked PC players for their support. Over the past year, Xbox has made several new pushes into PC gaming, bringing titles to Steam and creating Xbox Game Pass for PC.
Yesterday during Microsoft's earnings report, Xbox shared some figures about Xbox Game Pass for the first time, which enjoys over 10 million users. Today, Xbox head Phil Spencer shared even more figures on the nascent Netflix-like gaming service.
The 1000th episode of Gamertag Radio recently dropped and it featured Xbox head Phil Spencer as the guest. Spencer and the interviewers discussed many different aspects about the future of Xbox, but for key topics stood out the most.
Yesterday, GameSpot released an interview with Xbox head Phil Spencer in which he discussed the early days of him becoming the Head of Xbox at Microsoft. Not only did he have to answer for the Xbox One reveal debacle, but he also had to make sure that the future was secure for the brand.
Game streaming services are controversial because their subscription costs are expensive and they require fast internet. Sony's PlayStation Now may offer a great selection of titles, but it isn't cheap. Will Xbox follow suit?
In an interview conducted at E3 2016, Microsoft's Xbox leader Phil Spencer says that it is still working to bring full keyboard and mouse support to the Xbox One but it may be months before it is released.
This week we're looking at bringing the Xbox UI to Windows 10, Xbox One Slim rumors, Gears of War '5' and the week of beta tests! We're also giving away a copy of Dark Souls III to one lucky commenter! Simply leave a reply and join the discussion for a chance to win.
This week we're looking at some possible leaked footage of Mass Effect Andromeda, an interview with Phil Spencer and The Division's first big content patch! We're also giving away a copy of Quantum Break to one lucky commenter! Simply leave a reply and join the discussion for a chance to win.
Microsoft's Xbox head Phil Spencer posted some comments on his Twitter account addressing Epic Games's Tim Sweeney's major issues with the Universal Windows Platform and how it is being used in PC gaming. Spencer says more information on the Xbox's plans for UWP will be revealed at the company's Build 2016 developer event in late March.
Background music playback has long been one of the highest requested Xbox One features on UserVoice, but it looks like users will be waiting a few months longer before getting their hands (ears?) on it.