Xbox chief wants to meet demand for first-party games on Steam

Microsoft has "built an expectation from customers" that Xbox's first-party games will come to PC and in-turn Steam. That comes from Xbox chief Phil Spencer, who, talking to GameReactor, explains that he wants to deliver on that as much as possible, but things like timing and "small anomalies" may get in the way here and there. "There is this expectation from customers like there is now on PC, where people don't question - there might be some timing things, on when certain things happen - but if we are shipping a first-party game it's coming to PC," Spencer says. "If we are shipping a first-party game on PC it's coming to Steam and our store. We built an expectation from our customers. "That's my goal, and then there will be little anomalies every so often and because of relationships and certain developers that want to do certain things, but my goal is: make games as playable by as many people as possible so that this art form continues to grow."

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