Xbox Exec On Scorpio, Black Ops 2 Backwards Compatibility, Japanese Games, And More
Phil Spencer answers a lot of questions on Twitter.
As he does from time to time, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has again engaged with fans on Twitter to talk about a number of things about the Xbox ecosystem.
Across a series of tweets last night, Spencer talked about Project Scorpio, baseball games, the possibility of Call of Duty: Black Ops II being added to the backwards compatibility program (already a very much-discussed prospect), Japanese games, and more.
Here is a roundup of some of what he said:
Project Scorpio Update
On The Possibility Of More JPRGs for Xbox
A New Crimson Skies?
Next Week's Xbox One BC Lineup "Looks Good," But Won't Include Black Ops II
Backwards Compatibility Continued...
...And More On Black Ops II:
Spencer Wants Another Third-Party Baseball Game On Xbox One
In other Xbox news, Microsoft recently announced that its E3 2017 briefing is moving to Sunday this year. The show takes place on Sunday, June 11, and there will be Project Scorpio news.