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[Xbox] The Xbox Series X is basically a PC

Feb 17, 2020
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For a long time now, Microsoft has been going out of its way to downplay the “box” part of “Xbox.” 
Whether it’s pledging to bring all of its first-party titles to PC, releasing some of them to platforms like Steam and the Nintendo Switch, launching its Game Pass service for Windows, or pushing xCloud streaming, the message has been clear: you don’t have to buy an Xbox to play Xbox games.
Source: The Verge
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