Microsoft’s Xbox exclusives push continues with new studio acquisitions

Microsoft is continuing to create exclusive titles for Xbox One. Earlier this year, software makers announced that five new studios would join Microsoft Studios. Microsoft is in the process of acquiring inXile Entertainment and Obsidian Entertainment. Based in California, InXile was founded by Brian Fargo and mainly develops RPG games such as Wasteland 2 .

The California – based Obsidian Entertainment Fallout: New Vegas South Park: The Stick of Truth The Pillar of Eternity series. Both studios are a solid way to bridge the RPG gap that existed in Xbox and help Microsoft create more exclusive titles for the Xbox.

"We share a common heritage, but the two creative teams of Obsidian and inXile are very different," explains Matt Booty, Xbox Director. They will operate autonomously with unique talents, intellectual property and expertise. As part of Microsoft Studios, Obsidian and inXile have the support and freedom to fully realize their creative ambitions in existing franchises and new RPG projects. "

This new studio uses the Initiative, Undead Labs, Playground Games, Ninja Theory, and Compulsion Games as part of Microsoft Studios, which currently has a total of 13 game development teams. One has become part of a larger effort to defeat the first title compared to Sony's PlayStation 4. Microsoft needs to prepare for a much more exciting battle for the next generation with Sony, Nintendo, and others. It is expected to be released on

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