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Epic Games and Apple’s litigation disputes continue, and a variety of unexpected information has been triggered. In addition to the fact that Epic’s Tim Sweeney can’t use the Switch properly, we are now getting signs of the recent close contact between Nintendo and Microsoft.
During the trial, an Xbox business development director was invited to discuss the introduction of xCloud to iOS and other platforms.Game reporter Stephen Totiro Parts of the document have been shared, showing the parts that have been extensively abridged. Obviously, Nintendo has requested to keep these parts because they contain “competitively sensitive information about the negotiations between Nintendo and Microsoft.”
Obviously, there is a healthy professional relationship between Nintendo and Microsoft because the two companies have collaborated on various projects in the past, such as Banjo and Kazooie entering the project. Super Smash Bros Ultimate Edition. However, considering that part of the trial directly involved xCloud and introduced it to other platforms, it is fair to assume that the edited part is related to the negotiations between Nintendo and Microsoft on the subject.
How far are these negotiations? Are they still going on?Maybe the discussion is over and we can see Game pass Come to switch-otherwise, the conversation has stopped and is not going on.We may find that there is plenty of time, but it is not yet possible to know what stage the two companies are at-we just know that they have Say. It’s up to you.
Rumors of Game Pass’s upcoming Switch launch have been around for some time, and Xbox boss Phil Spencer said he would love to bring the service to more platforms (first change his mind and then obviously open the door). At the end of last year, Nintendo’s Doug Bowser seemed to have poured cold water on the rumors, and Mat Mats Piscatella of the NPD Group said he believed that Heaven would “not” provide this service on one of its game consoles.
Microsoft is currently running a Beta program that allows Android and iOS User access Xbox cloud gaming On their device-it works fine “impossible”, According to our friends on Pure Xbox.
What do you think is being discussed? If it is “competitively sensitive” information, do you think it implies that Game Pass and other platforms are likely to appear on the Switch? Let us comment below.
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