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Microsoft Xbox: Officially: These four games are coming to PS5 and Switch

Microsoft Xbox: Officially: These four games are coming to PS5 and Switch

After numerous rumours, Microsoft recently confirmed that four former Xbox exclusive games will be making waves on other platforms in the future. After initially leaving the specified addresses open, today they successfully installed them.

There hasn't been much speculation about Microsoft's new cross-platform strategy, which has already seen Xbox exclusive movies like Starfield or Indiana Jones and the Great Circle on PlayStation 5 in the rumor mill. After all this speculation, Microsoft confirmed in a business update that it will indeed bring several Xbox titles to other platforms, but the bigger names – like the two games mentioned – are not among them.

In this particular context, it was confirmed that four titles should find their way to other platforms, but they were initially left open. Specific names were mentioned (again) only through the grapevine – and this time they turned out to be accurate.

Today the Xbox team – also on the sidelines of the live conference in the afternoon – named the first Xbox exclusive games that will also be available on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.

First up will be Obsidian Entertainment's narrative adventure Pentiment, which will be available from February 22nd for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Switch. We continue with Tango Gameworks and Bethesda's rhythm action game Hi-Fi Rush, which will be released on March 19 for PlayStation 5 and can be pre-ordered now.

Grounded, also from Obsidian Entertainment, already has 20 million players – with more expected to join in the spring. The co-op survival adventure will be available from April 16 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch – including cross-play across all platforms, new and previous.

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Finally, there's the pirate adventure Sea of ​​Thieves, which will be released for PlayStation 5 from April 30. Here too, the community is expected to grow to over 35 million players, with cross-play across Xbox, PlayStation and PC.

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