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Microsoft Wants Game Pass On PlayStation

Despite the animosity toward Microsoft during the Activision Blizzard acquisition, the American company still wants to bring Game Pass to the PlayStation and “every screen” possible.

Xbox CFO Tim Stuart revealed during a Wells Fargo TMT Summit (via GameSpot) that it’s a change in strategy and that it wants anywhere possible to have the service at hand. This includes smart TVs, mobile devices, and even competition like the PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.

By and large this move makes sense, Game Pass is a profitable, well-off service for Microsoft to not only advertise third-party games, but also its first-party ventures, as well, and with its recent acquisition of ABK, it’s even more well-off.

“It’s a bit of a change of strategy. Not announcing anything broadly here, but our mission is to bring our first-party experiences [and] our subscription services to every screen that can play games. That means smart TVs, that means mobile devices, that means what we would have thought of as competitors in the past like PlayStation and Nintendo.”

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