Xbox Says They Don’t “Need Exclusives”

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    Visit http://att.com/5G for more information on AT&T 5G! Xbox doubled down on Game Pass as a winning next-gen strategy this week while simultaneously throwing a little shade at the PS5 and Sony’s next gen strategy. In an interview with The New York Times an Xbox spokesperson downplayed the role exclusive titles will play during the launch window the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S. In other news; Nintendo provided a more hints that new Switch could be right around the corner, Avalanche Studios confirms that JK Rowling has no affiliation with the new Hogwarts Legacy game, Ubisoft says to expect Beyond Good & Evil 2 gameplay next year, and we wish the 3DS a very fond farewell. It was an action packed news week but stick around for the 5-Second Review of the Super Mario 3D Collection and new releases. Thanks for watching the Inside Gaming Weekend Roundup and have a good one! Listen to our podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/IGPodcast Or buy our shirt! https://is.gd/u3xCtA OR follow us on Twitter! http://twitter.com/briangaar https://twitter.com/HandsomeMaster2 http://twitter.com/InsideGaming SOURCES [The New York Times] Coming This Fall: Return of the Video Game Console Wars https://nyti.ms/3hJgdW0 [Twisted Voxel] Nintendo Confirms Their Next Gaming System Will Offer “Unique Integrated Hardware-Software” https://bit.ly/33FdA2z [Youtube, Monster Hunter] Monster Hunter Rise – Announcement Trailer https://bit.ly/2H7Rgad [Bloomberg] Some Harry Potter Game Developers Rattled by J.K. Rowling Backlash https://bloom.bg/3ktSv1R [WB Games] Hogwarts Legacy FAQ https://bit.ly/2FJySEe [Instagram] @michelancel https://bit.ly/2He2GJK [Ubisoft] An Update on Beyond Good & Evil 2 https://bit.ly/35NPYM4 [Polygon] The Nintendo 3DS is discontinued https://bit.ly/3iJRRNt

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