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Rumors: Starfield and Indiana Jones and the Great Circle will still be released on PS5

In recent years, Microsoft has taught gamers that it does not share major game releases from its studios with competitors’ platforms, but it seems that the winds of change have begun to blow for the American platform holder.

  Image source: X (CosmosThief)

Image source: X (CosmosThief)

According to the portals The Verge And XboxEra citing its own sources, Microsoft plans to release a number of major Xbox exclusives outside its ecosystem, including Indiana Jones and the Great Circle and Starfield.

According to The Verge, Indiana Jones and the Great Circle is announced for PC and Xbox in December, and may appear on PS5 in the next “a few months”. The multi-platform strategy has not been fully developed, so the timing may still change.

  Image Source: Steam

Image Source: Steam

The announcement of Hi-Fi Rush for platforms outside the Xbox ecosystem is also supposedly expected in the coming weeks – recent dataminer finds indicate versions for PS5 and Switch. XboxEra adds that the release will take place before the end of March.

As for Starfield, the space RPG from Bethesda Game Studios, according to XboxEra, will arrive on the PlayStation 5 after the release of the already announced Shattered Space add-on – the add-on is announced for 2024.

  It was previously reported that Sea of ​​Thieves had also taken a course towards new platforms (image source: Steam)

It was previously reported that Sea of ​​Thieves had also taken a course towards new platforms (image source: Steam)

XboxEra sources report that Microsoft executives weighed the pros and cons of releasing exclusives on other platforms and, despite internal dissatisfaction, decided in favor of refunding potentially lost money.

According to XboxEra informants, a public announcement of Microsoft’s new multiplatform strategy is expected before the end of February. The company has not yet commented on rumors about its plans.

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