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Microsoft is reportedly looking to release Starfield and other Xbox exclusives to the PlayStation 5, according to sources who spoke with XboxEra. This follows rumors that Hi-Fi Rush and Sea of Thieves could be coming to rival consoles.
The sources claim Microsoft will release Starfield on the PS5 after the launch of the Shattered Space expansion, which is expected to launch later this year for the Xbox Series X|S and PC.
Microsoft is said to have invested more into PS5 development kits in order to support the effort in porting more first-party Xbox games to the console.
The Verge is also reporting Indiana Jones and the Great Circle will be coming to the PS5 “some months” after it launches on the Xbox Series X|S and PC. Exact timing and platform availability isn’t yet known.
There said to still be a debate internally at Microsoft over which games should be released on rival consoles and which games should remain Xbox console exclusive.
This should be treated as a rumor until Microsoft makes an official comment.
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