What a deficiency First party games to Microsoft Is it destined to end? As many observers have pointed out, three first-party titles will be released in January 2023 alone XboxA small record, if you will.
The games in question are Hi-Fi RUSH, which was announced during Microsoft’s event on January 25th and released immediately (moreover, it seems to have received a lot of praise from gamers, since it has 99% positive reviews on Steam, so far), Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition, available from January 31 on Xbox Series X, S, and Xbox One (on PC it launched years ago) and GoldenEye 007, a remake of the classic for Nintendo 64, which will be released on Xbox Game Pass and on Nintendo Switch Online + Bonus Pack.
Each of the three projects has its own characteristics that must be analyzed individually, but taken together they give a decidedly interesting picture of the enrichment of the Xbox ecosystem in 2023, which will continue in the coming months with Redfall, Forza Motorsport, Minecraft Legends and throughout the year With Starfield and maybe something else yet to be announced.
It should also be noted that January is not usually a month of important launches, with a few exceptions, and thus the arrival of three first-party games, we repeat that they are not huge in scope but still interesting, they are in any case a fact, which makes us understand the roleXbox Game Pass On Microsoft’s editorial choices: If the traditional market can ignore a month, those who manage a subscription can’t keep subscribers dry for very long and are forced to plan releases even in periods generally considered dead.
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