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Microsoft Studios To Acquire Multiple Studios on 2019

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Microsoft Studios To Acquire Multiple Studios on 2019

Microsoft Studio has became a giant after the acquisition of several studios and this trend seems to continue for 2019.

CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella shared the vision of the company at 2018 Shareholders Meeting, he talks about how Microsoft is aggressively investing development of AA and AAA games for all kinds of players, he also talked about Xbox community and cloud services.

Read what Nadella said here:

“Today, four billion people are connected to the Internet and over two billion play games online. As Satya mentioned, over the next decade we’re going to continue to create amazing content and games, invest in the cloud and build communities that allow anyone to participate. We have a mix of incredible games for people of all ages but we want to make it easier to discover new games and play them either on your Xbox or your PC.

Earlier this year, we introduced the Xbox Game Pass, a content subscription service for gaming. Just like with Spotify and Netflix have done for music and video, Xbox Game Pass will allow us to reach beyond the two billion people playing games today. With over a hundred games available for just $10 a month, we are truly excited to bring gaming to everyone. But we’re also building a robust cloud platform so that anyone can play the games they want with the people they want at any time and place, and most importantly, on any device.

Earlier this year, we announced Project xCloud, our future streaming gaming platform with the goal of delivering a quality experience for all gamers on all devices. We’re building a service that’s consistent with the speed and high fidelity that gamers expect on their PCs and their consoles.”

Read the full article at Segmentnext.

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