Phil Spencer Says Xbox Is ‘Not a Free Speech Platform’ – IGN Daily Fix

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On today’s IGN The Fix: Games,

In a new, in-depth interview with The New York Times, Xbox Executive Vice President Phil Spencer was asked about the connection between gaming and the polarization of American politics. To which Spencer said that Xbox is “not a free speech platform” and is designed first and foremost for games and entertainment.

Two Los Angeles police officers were fired after they chose to chase a Snorlax in Pokemon GO instead of helping stop a robbery in progress at a local mall.

Paramount and Epic Games signed a deal to make use of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to reportedly be content for Fortnite really soon.

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