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Following the event, Xbox’s Aaron Greenberg specifically highlighted GTA V, Resident Evil Village, Hitman 4, NBA 2K21 and Capcom’s Pragmata as games he feels will “look and play great” on Microsoft’s rival next-gen console.
Greenberg concluded a Tweet by calling Series X, “the world’s most powerful console.”
The marketing head has previously come out in defence of Microsoft’s cross-platform strategy, following comments from PlayStation emphasising that it “believes” in console generations.
Microsoft has said the future of the Xbox business isn’t just a console and committed to releasing all of its upcoming games across not just console and PC, but on its ageing current-gen Xbox One too.
Sony, meanwhile, has talked up the value of clear-cut hardware transitions and next-gen-only game releases, as it attempts to transition its 100m+ PS4 owners at record-pace to the PlayStation 5.
Greenberg Tweeted recently: “Xbox believes in generations. Generations of games that play on latest HW taking advantage of next-gen innovation offering more choice, value & variety than any console launch ever. All our Studios titles launch into Game Pass & you get those next-gen game upgrades for free.”