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Microsoft Is Pushing For No "Red Line" For What Games Could Come To PlayStation - Report

More Xbox games are reportedly coming to PlayStation.


Microsoft is reportedly pushing to have no "red line" or restrictions when it comes to putting Xbox games onto PlayStation.

According Windows Central, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and CFO Amy Hood are mandating increasing margins across all departments. While franchises like Minecraft and Call of Duty have always been on multiple platforms even after Microsoft purchased their developers, now the conversation is reportedly involving putting even more games on rival platforms like PlayStation.

Reportedly, there's an internal plan within Microsoft codenamed "Latitude," which is focused on moving Xbox games onto other platforms, and there are already more Microsoft games that will be coming over to PlayStation.

However, it seems like there's some debate and discussion surrounding the initiative as to whether it's a good idea. If Microsoft puts more of its games onto more platforms, that would potentially decrease the reasons to even purchase an Xbox console.

Earlier this year, Microsoft revealed that it'd be porting Sea of Thieves, Pentiment, Grounded, and Hi-Fi Rush to other platforms. In particular, Sea of Thieves performed incredibly well, as it was in the top 25 best-selling games on PlayStation 5 last month.

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