His arrival on both platforms would be a surprise.
Microsoft’s strategy regarding the purchase of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft is clear: reach an agreement with different companies, to bring their products to them, and thus leave Sony without arguments against. For this reason, in recent weeks we have learned of dozens of this type of agreements, among which we can highlight, for example, the one signed with Nintendo and which It was related to Call of Dutythis being the same agreement that Sony has refused to sign.
Still, in recent weeks, the focus has moved away from the Call of Duty franchise, and has ended up focusing more on its cloud gaming platform: Xbox Cloud Gaming. This is not surprising, and it is that Microsoft itself has already expressed on several occasions your interest in bringing this service to all possible platformsso we can rather include it in your overall strategy.
Now, after all these announced agreements, it seems that they would like to bring this service to two more platforms, and we tell you the continuation.
Cloud gaming has no limits
Yes, you probably could have guessed, and that is that after all the platforms on which it is already available, and the agreements announced, it is most likely that the platforms were the most popular PC stores. Yes, we mean, how could it be otherwise a Steam y Epic Games Store.
Now an extract has come to light about the last meeting with the CMA, in which, basically, it is said that they would be negotiating with Steam and Epic Games to bring the game in the cloud to these mentioned stores. Of course, this would be a very interesting move for both stores, and that is that it could completely change the way of playing in it, allowing many people with very powerful PCs to play Microsoft titles without problems.
It should be noted that this would be the integration of Xbox Cloud Gaming in the store, so it would only affect Microsoft games, but the reality is that some of these titles are considered to be part of the list of the best PC games, so that should not be a problem.