Rumor: Hi-Fi Rush, Starfield, Indiana Jones and the Great Circle, and More Xbox Games Headed to Non-Xbox Platforms

Big rumors are circulating about the future of Microsoft’s first-party titles as the company is apparently preparing to release many of their big-name titles on non-Xbox platforms.

Over the past couple weeks some rumors have been going around that Hi-Fi Rush that launched last year on Xbox and PC will be coming to PlayStation and Nintendo platforms in the near future. Now over the past few days additional reports have come in from The Verge and XboxEra that other titles like Starfield, Indiana Jones and the Great Circle, Hellblade 2, and more could also be moving to more platforms.

The Verge has apparently heard from sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans that a new multiplatform strategy is taking place within the company and they are trying to decide which titles will remain exclusive and which will go to other platforms. Hi-Fi Rush is apparently set to be announced for additional platforms in the coming weeks while Indiana Jones and the Great Circle is apparently set to launch on Xbox and PC in December and come to PlayStation 5 some months later.

XboxEra reports that Starfield is headed to PlayStation 5 later this year sometime after the “Shattered Space” Expansion launches on Xbox and PC.

Other rumors going around is that Sea of Thieves, Hellblade 2, and Halo might all make the jump to PlayStation as well. Microsoft has yet to comment on any of the rumors but stay tuned as the company will likely have to say something official soon to clear things up for their fans.

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