Microsoft introduces new Xbox and adds PC Game Pass games to NVIDIA GeForce NOW

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Microsoft recently announced that a limited library of PC games will soon be playable on low spec PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, mobile devices, and TVs. Additionally, a new Xbox console, the Xbox Series S 1TB in Carbon Black, was revealed with a price tag of $350, set to be released later this year. The company expressed enthusiasm for the future, aiming to expand the industry and release new first-party titles annually, while also providing partners with more accessibility to games and various ways for players to enjoy them. Microsoft is eager to embark on this journey alongside its community.

Looking ahead, Microsoft’s goal is to release a minimum of four first-party games per year while considering each project’s specific requirements. This commitment is in addition to the ongoing efforts to nurture existing communities associated with games such as The Elder Scrolls Online, Sea of Thieves, Minecraft, and Forza, among others. Over the past five years, teams at Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda have successfully launched 10 games with over 10 million players each, representing a range of titles from new IPs like Sea of Thieves and Grounded to established franchises like Minecraft and Elder Scrolls Online.

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