Microsoft Launches Xbox Wire Japan For Better Japanese Game Coverage
Microsoft has announced the launch of Xbox Wire Japan, a more qualitative avenue of game coverage for Japanese fans of the platform. This has also been done to commemorate Xbox’s debut in Japan in February 2002. Furthermore, in the latest news post on the official Xbox website, the company reiterates its desire to grow throughout the Japanese market, with them regarding Japan as “one of the most important and fastest-growing markets for Xbox worldwide.”
It’s neat to see Xbox appeal to this market as it’s always struggled with Japanese gamers. Hopefully, it excels in its endeavors and can grow further. You can read more intricate information regarding the launch of Xbox Wire Japan via the official Xbox website.
Earlier, Microsoft announced the acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
Activision Blizzard is one of the biggest western companies, having ownership of classic IPs such as Call of Duty, Diablo, Warcraft, Overwatch, Spyro, Crash, and many others. Though it’ll now become a part of Microsoft Gaming, Microsoft mentions they’re committed to fostering the communities that enjoyed them on various platforms besides the Xbox systems.
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