Talking Point: In Theory, Could Xbox Game Pass Come to PS5, PS4?

Pass it on. It’s not yet clear what the future holds for Activision Blizzard and Call of Duty on PlayStation. Sony’s alluded to Microsoft honouring existing contracts, but there’s no word on how long those will last. Meanwhile, talkative Xbox chief Phil Spencer has expressed a “desire” to keep the franchise on the Japanese giant’s formats, but that could be interpreted in a dozen different ways. One recurring sentiment we’ve seen on social media revolves around the possibility of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass coming to PS5 and PS4, but Is Such a Thing Even Possible.gif? From the outset, it’s probably important to stress that the likelihood is extremely low. Considering how often we’ve seen this suggestion pop up, however, it might be worth at least exploring the thought exercise. Remember, the industry has changed beyond recognition in the past five to ten years: crossplay between consoles is now fairly common in major titles, you can play Super Mario on an iPhone, and Sony is releasing flagship franchises like God of War on PC storefronts. Furthermore, you can already login to Xbox Live through Minecraft on a PS4. All of these things seemed similarly impossible up until recently, so you just never know. Read the full article on pushsquare.com

Talking Point: In Theory, Could Xbox Game Pass Come to PS5, PS4?

Pass it on.

It’s not yet clear what the future holds for Activision Blizzard and Call of Duty on PlayStation. Sony’s alluded to Microsoft honouring existing contracts, but there’s no word on how long those will last. Meanwhile, talkative Xbox chief Phil Spencer has expressed a “desire” to keep the franchise on the Japanese giant’s formats, but that could be interpreted in a dozen different ways. One recurring sentiment we’ve seen on social media revolves around the possibility of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass coming to PS5 and PS4, but Is Such a Thing Even Possible.gif?

From the outset, it’s probably important to stress that the likelihood is extremely low. Considering how often we’ve seen this suggestion pop up, however, it might be worth at least exploring the thought exercise. Remember, the industry has changed beyond recognition in the past five to ten years: crossplay between consoles is now fairly common in major titles, you can play Super Mario on an iPhone, and Sony is releasing flagship franchises like God of War on PC storefronts. Furthermore, you can already login to Xbox Live through Minecraft on a PS4. All of these things seemed similarly impossible up until recently, so you just never know.

Read the full article on pushsquare.com