Expect more Xbox Live-enabled games to move to next year

Last week, Microsoft’s gaming cloud boss Kareem Choudhry said the technology giant has no specific announcements for Xbox Live for the switch at the moment. Even so, the company reiterated the theme at the 2019 Game Developers Conference, which is currently taking place in San Francisco.


According to a tweet provided by Windows Central journalist Russel Holly, Microsoft currently has “no plans” for an Xbox Live SDK for Switch, but has informed Nintendo fans to look for more Xbox Live-enabled games like Cuphead in the future.Microsoft: There is no planned Xbox Live SDK for Switch at the moment, but more games like Cuphead are expected to switch to next year with Live enabled.

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