Will the new Xbox Series X games help rival PS5 hardware gain traction?


Will the new Xbox Series X games help the PS5’s hardware gain traction?

MICROSOFT is up against a major competitor in the form of Sony’s PS5 and its plans to release a new PlayStation VR headset, which could explain the Xbox Series X’s most famous feature’s exponential growth.

In 2022, the Xbox Game Pass will be greatly expanded, beginning with brand new day one releases.

Rainbow Six Extraction will be available for download via Xbox Game Pass on Xbox One and Xbox Series X, according to Ubisoft’s announcement earlier this week.

All of Microsoft’s first-party exclusives are usually included in Xbox Game Pass Day One releases.

This time, however, Ubisoft and Microsoft have teamed up to make the new Rainbow Six experience very accessible.

“When it launches on January 20, 2022, Xbox Game Pass members will be able to jump into this intense, thrilling, and unpredictable PvE co-op experience alone or in squads of up to three players to take on dynamic incursions,” according to the official announcement.

“Rainbow Six Extraction is a tactical co-op first-person shooter that gives millions of players in the Rainbow Six universe and beyond a whole new squad-based PvE experience.”

“But that’s not all: Rainbow Six Siege will be available with PC Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate beginning January 20.”

“With Rainbow Six Siege already available on console and in the cloud for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members, fans can practice their tactical shooter skills while waiting for Rainbow Six Extraction to release.

Additionally, players who play both Siege and Extraction will be able to unlock the United Front Bundle’s epic gear.”

So, in addition to a new Rainbow Six game coming to Xbox Game Pass later this month, Ubisoft is bringing the original Siege experience to PC Game Pass.

When you consider how popular the franchise has been in the past and continues to be on PC and consoles, it demonstrates Microsoft’s commitment to keeping the pressure on Sony.

And with good reason: Sony is planning major upgrades to its PlayStation 5 platform as well.

Sony is also working on the PlayStation VR2, with rumors claiming that a new PS Plus hybrid subscription will combine with PlayStation Now.

It’s going to be more powerful.

“Brinkwire News Summary.”


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