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PlatinumGames studio head Atsushi Inaba defended Microsoft in a recent interview regarding the Xbox One exclusive title Scalebound's cancellation back in 2017, saying "both sides failed."
A year ago, Platinum Games announced that Scalebound had been delayed until 2017. Today, Microsoft Studios said that it has 'ended production' work on the Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive game.
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Microsoft has detailed the answers to frequently asked questions regarding its Xbox Play Anywhere program which allows users to get games on both Xbox One and Windows 10 with a single purchase.
Scalebound, a third-person action game which was initially shown off at least year's E3 was delayed to 2017. Now, a 5-minute video showcases the game which will be coming to Xbox One and Windows 10.
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Platinum Games has announced that its upcoming Xbox One exclusive action-RPG has been delayed until next year, to ensure the title meets player expectations upon release.