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Departing Microsoft Exec Weighs in on Xbox One’s Future

Posted on Tuesday, March 25 @ 06:15:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

Despite the fact that Xbox's Chief Product Officer is now parting ways with Microsoft, Marc Whitten sees only good things ahead for Xbox One and its loyal band of gamers, noting that "it's just beginning" for the platform and he "can't wait to see where it goes from here." I sure hope he's right!

"Part of what's awesome to me right now is I think you're starting to see what Xbox One can become," Whitten explained on the latest episode of Major Nelson Radio. "So much for us was around, 'Hey, let's build this architecture that we could rev quickly, that we could add to, that was flexible, that would allow us to do more things and do more things quickly.'"

Microsoft has made it clear that it has every intention of beating Sony and its massively-popular PlayStation 4, and with an E3 press conference that promises to be all about the games, there's no doubt the Big M plans to put its money where its mouth is.
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