“Big” Update Confirmed For Xbox PC App, Arriving In Two Weeks

Fans have started to mention various theories regarding what the update could bring.

Xbox has grown to new heights in the next-gen consoles, competing toe-to-toe with Sony and expanding its influence into more regions. The consoles have sold like hotcakes despite the few years of the pandemic that slowed down the world, and its roster has only expanded with engaging titles.

Despite all these positive outcomes, Xbox has its share of lingering issues that need fixing. The gigantic franchise has lacked first-party titles, and its Xbox PC app is still overrun with problems that should not be there. However, the CEO of Microsoft Gaming, Phil Spencer, acknowledges these issues and is working to provide solutions.

Major Takeaway:

  • Phil Spencer appeared in a podcast on the YouTube channel “Same Brain” to discuss the future of Xbox moving forward into 2023.
  • Phil showed great enthusiasm for the following year, discussing the solution to the lack of first-party titles.
  • Moreover, Phil has also confirmed seemingly a “big” update for the Xbox PC app in just two weeks.
  • The full podcast gives a great insight into the forthcoming years of Xbox.

Phil Spencer appeared in a podcast on the YouTube channel, Same Brain to discuss Xbox’s current and future prospects. Phil dived into hearty discussions of various insightful topics, including the triumphs, shortcomings, and goals for the next couple of years, in the podcast hosted by Justine and Jenna Ezarik.

However, some matters stood out more from the rest of the podcast. For instance, a “big” update is reportedly planned for the Xbox PC app in two weeks. Phil mentioned that Microsoft is focusing more on PC, especially the Xbox App, where a big update is slated in the next two weeks. 

Microsoft is reportedly spending more of its fund on growing cloud gaming so that the community can play games wherever they want without worrying about their machine’s limitations. Unfortunately, Phil gave no further hints, but fans have started theorizing what the update could entail. 

Some fans speculated that the update could completely overhaul the Xbox PC app UI, which has been a point of criticism because of its clunkiness and lack of response time. It used to be worse in the past, but some issues remain in the app. We may see an overhaul as theorized, but Phil’s wording does not suggest it.

When Phil discussed the Xbox PC app, he did not have a lot of enthusiasm when mentioning the “big” update. He would have hyped it up more. It is more likely that the update could deliver new features, much-needed fixes, or both. Phil also noted its lacking first-party titles, conceding the issue and mentioning an in-the-works solution.

Phil elaborated, “One thing we’ve definitely heard loud and clear is it’s been too long since we’ve shipped what people would say is a big first-party game. We can have our excuses with Covid and other things, but in the end I know people invest in our platform and they want to have great games.

He proposed that the 2023 line-up will be more robust and eventful. Phil articulated, “I look at 2023 and there’s a great line-up of games coming that I’m excited about. Getting our first real Xbox first-party games out of Bethesda, having them ship with Redfall and Starfield, will be a lot of fun.

What are your thoughts concerning Phil Spencer’s insightful words and plans for Xbox moving into 2023? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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