In a lengthy interview, Phil Spencer talked about Microsoft's new Xbox One S, its performance boost, the upcoming Project Scorpio console and explained how leaks are "bummers".
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Sony's unconfirmed Playstation 4 Neo is the talk of the gaming world, which is leading a lot of people to ask if Microsoft is following suit with a new Xbox One. But that would be a big mistake!
Following growing rumors of a possible 'PS 4.5' Xbox head Phil Spencer has dismissed the idea of an 'Xbox 1.5' stating that if "we're going to move forward, I want to move forward in big numbers."
Phil Spencer talks about the future of Xbox hardware and how Microsoft is exploring its options for upgrading its hardware without pushing an entire new generation of consoles
In a recent interview, head of Xbox Phil Spencer touted his love for the 'console experience' and said he was committed to launching another gaming console after the Xbox One.
Microsoft's head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, says he'd love to bring support for original Xbox games to its latest console, and for playing Xbox 360 games on PCs - but it's all 'a matter of priorities'.
At this year's GeekWire Summit, Phil Spencer took time in a one-on-one to talk about the importance of launch momentum and whether the Xbox One can catch Sony's PS4 in total sales or not.
Microsoft's Phil Spencer confirmed that the 'Xbox parity clause' is a thing of the past. The company now prefers to work alongside indie devs to make their games better, no matter when they launch.
According to a recent interview with Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, all the cable box functionality that's part of the Xbox One is of secondary importance for the console and its users.
The response of Xbox chief Phil Spencer to a short thread over on Twitter includes confirmation that Microsoft is bringing mouse and keyboard support to its Xbox One console.
Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft's Xbox unit, says the company plans to focus on first-party games at its E3 press conference, adding that this may be the best year for exclusive games its ever had.
Farewell note confirms that Phil Harrison has officially stepped down as Corporate Vice President of Xbox in Europe. Harrison's replacement not yet named.
You can watch Microsoft's GDC keynote right here to see Phil Spencer talk about the future of gaming and about Microsoft's efforts to unify their console and desktop strategies.
Microsoft has started talking about the upcoming GDC event, where the company is expected to detail its plans for gaming and development across Windows 10 and the Xbox One.
Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft's Xbox division, has shown the first image of Xbox One's screenshot feature in action, likely meaning the ability will soon come to dashboard preview members.
Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, took the time over the weekend to comment on Sony's exclusive rights to Street Fighter V. Spencer mentioned he'd rather invest in first party IP than sign deals.
Microsoft's Phil Spencer says it's unlikely that the company will roll out an update for the Xbox One in December, as it will be focusing on keeping things running smoothly over the holiday season.
In a recent interview the head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, explained that the holidays will see smaller monthly updates for the Xbox One without major changes, mainly due to the expected increase in sales.
Microsoft's Phil Spencer has said that one of the reasons the company didn't show off any Windows games at E3 was that the gaming conference wasn't the right place to show off new titles.
Microsoft's head of Xbox Gaming has posted on Twitter that the company should be doing more to build up their gaming presence on Windows. But with GFWL store and service shut down, how will they do it
Microsoft Xbox head Phil Spencer gave some more hints about the company's E3 2014 plans and hinted strongly that we could see a new real time strategy console game for the Xbox One.
Microsoft's Xbox leader Phil Spencer has posted word on his Twitter account that the company has no plans to release a dedicated handheld game console in favor of Windows Phone and tablet games.
Microsoft's new Xbox leader Phil Spencer stated this weekend in new video and podcast interviews that the team made some early "wrong decisions" for their Xbox One console before it launched.
Phil Spencer has taken over as the head of Microsoft's Xbox division, just two weeks after its former leader, Marc Whitten, departed the company for a similar role at Sonos.