Xbox boss Phil Spencer has been talking to GameReactor about a variety of topics in a new interview, including Xbox's first-party output and its overall strengths and weaknesses.
When asked about whether a certain genre or type of studio was still missing from the Xbox portfolio, Spencer admitted that he felt more "casual content with a broad appeal" would be required in the future:
If we look at what people are playing on Xbox, what Game Pass subscribers are playing, I think what is missing from our portfolio is casual content with a broad appeal. E-rated content (to use an ESRB rating) is not a strength for us. We obviously have Minecraft and we have some other franchises. But when I think about expanding the creative palette that our teams have, I think that is critically important.
Despite this, Spencer also made a point of highlighting the "amazing line-up" that Microsoft now boasts as part of its Xbox Game Studios division, noting that he's "incredibly excited" and "feeling very good with the support we have."
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