The legacy of Xbox started 20 years ago, contributing immensely to the console gaming market. It’s no surprise that Xbox had to compete with rivals for most of its existence, and Xbox has continued to make its presence known throughout the decades. Sony and Microsoft have gone toe to toe in “console-wars,” but it’s because of this competition that we got such a rich console gaming experience.
Thanks to Xbox Game Pass, the platform also stood apart from its competitors. This subscription service gifts players with a rotating list of more than 100 games for a monthly fee. First-party Xbox games come to it on release day. Undoubtedly, this is one of the best subscription services out there for video games.
Rob Shepard Joins The Xbox Club
One can argue that for the new generation of consoles, Xbox is shaping up to be a rough competitor out there for Playstation. Microsoft is recruiting all the big publishers under its name and increasing the arsenal of its skillful team.
Rob Shepard has joined Xbox Game Studios as executive producer of Cloud Gaming. He is indubitably to supervise all cloud-native published games.
(Hiring) Rob Shepard a WB Games Exec producer, join XGS Publishing as Executive producer of Cloud Gaming, likely will supervise all the cloud native published games.
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Rob Shepard has worked on many notable companies. His experiences involve working as an executive producer for Core Games in Warner Bros Entertainment Group of Companies and as a project manager for THQ. Some of the titles he has worked on include Middle-Earth: Shadow of War and Mad Max.
CEO of Mainframe Industries, Thor Gunnarson, summed up the definition of Cloud-Gaming eloquently, “A cloud-native game lets the company develop a single runtime in the cloud that gives the player access to faster and greater amounts of storage, resulting in a more vibrant and detailed world.”
All in all, Xbox is shaping up to be a powerful competitor for the next-gen of consoles. It may even dominate the console market soon. It will have a lot of studios under its name that will be published under the Xbox Studios banner. Let us know what you think of this development in the comment section below.