In the second half of this generation, Microsoft significantly broadened its horizons in anticipation of the next generation to come. With more studio acquisitions and lowering the boundaries between platforms, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has led a productive charge that aims to make up for the lackluster launch of the Xbox One. Regarding Microsoft’s relationship with Nintendo, Spencer reiterates that this relationship is “very good”, but that doesn’t mean to expect a full Nintendo / Xbox hybrid. In a recent interview, the Xbox boss spoke about his previous talk about adding Xbox titles to the Nintendo library. While this is always something Microsoft is interested in, it is by far not a goal. While other games might make their way to the Switch library, that won’t be a huge number that some perhaps were hoping for. “We have a very good relationship,” Spencer said. “I think we see our work in a very synergistic way, in terms of trying to develop the market. And that makes it easier. Every conversation we have with them has been really easy. He added that the Xbox game launches on the Nintendo Swtich don’t “feel sustainable” and that while some games might end, Microsoft still wants a “full Xbox ecosystem somewhere” with their investment in Xbox Live, Xbox Game Pass, and xCloud. Speculation about this Nintendo and Microsoft could do it together emerged in the wake of the pair’s “Better Together” update regarding Minecraft, a cross-play initiative that apparently took a hit at Sony for its tough stance against cross-play. Sony has finally played after this effort, which is good for gamers enthusiastic about this feature, this partnership has generated a lot of excitement for more Xbox games on the Ninten hybrid platform. do. This interest in the relationship between the two companies continued to climb after the arrival of Xbox on the Nintendo platform via Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with Minecraft and Banjo Kazooie, in addition to the previous talk about Xbox achievements on the Switch. himself. It’s not strange to see Microsoft wanting to be conservative with where its games land outside of their network, especially since the very nature of their network is quite inclusive including PC, mobile systems (via xCloud ) and Xbox through the generations. One thing is for sure, the next gen has a lot of potential to throw curvy balls, it will be interesting to see what the four major platforms do next.