More Xbox Games Could Arrive on PlayStation Sooner Than You Think

A Reliable Insider Allegedly Reveals More Details About Xbox's Multiplatform Project

More Xbox Games Could Arrive on PlayStation Sooner Than You Think

A Reliable Insider Allegedly Reveals More Details About Xbox's Multiplatform Project

Xbox left behind the console war simply because it couldn't win it, and earlier this year hinted at its multiplatform plan. Apparently, the company aims to continue with it and bring more of its franchises to PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch, with hints suggesting that the next ones might not be far off.

At the beginning of 2024, Xbox abandoned the exclusivity of its titles Sea of Thieves, Grounded, Pentiment, and Hi-Fi RUSH to launch them on PlayStation consoles (and some on Nintendo Switch). Nothing is known about the next IPs that would receive this same treatment.

However, insider NateDrake (also known as Nate the Hate on Twitter, X) participated in a recent discussion on the topic at ResetEra and drew attention by allegedly revealing more details about Xbox's plans.

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When Will More Xbox Games Arrive on PlayStation?

Although it shouldn't be treated as a leak, the insider mentioned that he could imagine a scenario where Xbox releases an edition including all the content of Starfield on PlayStation by late 2025, following a 6 or 12-month exclusivity period on Xbox and PC for its upcoming expansion.

One user took this speculation to ask why Xbox would release 4 games at once on PlayStation in early 2024 and then wait a year and a half for more. Later, NateDrake clarified that he was only speculating specifically about Starfield, implying that more Xbox games could arrive on PlayStation before then.

Xbox might release more of its games on PlayStation before 2025
Xbox might release more of its games on PlayStation before 2025

In fact, the insider claimed to have heard that "other games are on their way to PlayStation 5" and that they could debut on Sony's console during the holiday season or end of 2024. While the insider didn't reveal the identity of these games, he anticipated that he is working to confirm it, as well as their release window.

It's worth noting that none of this is official, although reports indicate that Microsoft has already launched a plan, Latitude, to bring more franchises to competing consoles and that it wouldn't limit which IPs to bring and which not.

We'll keep you informed.

In case you missed it: Xbox would bring its exclusive Senua's Saga: Hellblade II to PlayStation according to reliable source.

What other Xbox franchises do you think will come to PlayStation? Tell us in the comments

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