Microsoft sacrificed Xbox Series X sales for 'long term ambition' in the cloud – The Verge
Microsoft has been performing a tricky balancing act of investment in Xbox console sales and its larger cloud ambitions.
Microsoft was ready to 'go spend Sony out of business' to strengthen Xbox – The Verge
Microsoft's Xbox Game Studios chief, Matt Booty, was encouraging Xbox CFO Tim Stuart to spend big money on acquiring game content in 2019 to set …
Microsoft considered acquiring Bungie and Sega, internal emails show – The Verge
Xbox chief Phil Spencer wanted to buy Sega and asked Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to approve talks. It's not clear what happened to the deal, …
Xbox Studios Head Said Microsoft Could 'Spend Sony Out of Business' in 2019 Email – IGN
In an email to Xbox's chief financial officer Tim Stuart, Booty said, “We (Microsoft) are in a very unique position to be able to go spend Sony out of …
New Emails Reveal Microsoft Wanted To Buy Sega, Bungie – Kotaku
In 2021, the Xbox maker had a hit list of gaming companies it wanted to acquire, including Pokémon Go developer Niantic.
Worries over Starfield “skipping Xbox” helped push Microsoft to buy Bethesda | Ars Technica
But Microsoft Xbox Chief Phil Spencer now says separate concerns surrounding Starfield's potential PlayStation exclusivity helped drive …
Xbox boss Phil Spencer will do 'whatever it takes' to keep the franchise on PlayStation
The ongoing saga of Microsoft's pending acquisition of Activision Blizzard continues to loom with the future of Call of Duty up in the air.
Xbox internal emails: Microsoft 'positioned' to 'spend Sony out of business | Windows Central
The hearing between Microsoft and the FTC has brought countless revelations about Xbox's long-term business strategies.
Bethesda Executive “Confused” By Microsoft's Willingness To Keep Call Of Duty On PlayStation
Bethesda executive Pete Hines seemed frustrated by Xbox in an email sent to Todd Howard, Jamie Leder, and Todd Vaughn.
Bethesda Didn't Understand Why 'Starfield' Was Xbox Exclusive But 'Call Of Duty' Wasn't
A new load of documents have made their way into the public as a result of the FTC-Microsoft hearings on the Activision acquisition.