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More Xbox First Party Games Are Reportedly Headed To PS5, Possibly By Holiday 2024

More Xbox first party games are set to be released on PS5, possibly by Holiday 2024, based on the latest report.

Insider and content creator Nate the Hate took to gaming enthusiast forum Reset Era, where he is known as NateDrake, to share that he’s heard about more Xbox first party titles that are planned for release on PS5, and that they may be coming during Holiday 2024 at the earliest. He added that he’s currently working to confirm the games and their specific release windows.

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As for Starfield, Nate clarified to another forum member that his earlier comment about a PS5 port of Bethesda’s action role-playing game not being worked on was based on information available at the time. He said that if he were to guess, a potential Starfield Complete Edition could arrive on PS5 during the late 2025 period. He added that this would give the game’s upcoming Shattered Space expansion around 6-12 months of console exclusivity on Xbox, after which the full package could be released on PS5.

Nate seemed rather confident that between now and the release of a potential Starfield Complete Edition on PS5, Xbox will bring several other first party titles to Sony’s current-gen console. That said, he did encourage his fellow forum members to not dwell or obsess too much on these things at the moment. He clarified that his comment wasn’t intended to spark a new wave of rumors. We’re inclined to agree, and, as the case with all other rumors and speculation, we also recommend that our readers ought to wait until there is confirmation via official channels.

The first four Xbox first party titles to arrive on PS5 are Sea of Thieves, Hi-Fi Rush, Grounded, and Pentiment. Windows Central editor and The Xbox Two podcast co-host Jez Corden recently shared what he termed as “informed speculation” regarding the future of Xbox, according to which the likes of Forza and Halo titles will be ported to PS5. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella certainly wouldn’t mind.

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