Phil Spencer , head of the Xbox division has been reviewed in an interview with Kotaku all news related to Xbox X Series . The manager has spoken about the launch of the consoles or about the millionaire purchase of Bethesda , among other aspects.
Indeed, Bethesda is the latest study that adds to the 23 teams that Xbox has under its shelter for the development of new games. Among them is Rare for several years. The purchase of the British, creators of games such as Perfect Dark or GoldenEye was one of the first important purchases by Microsoft, although they have not managed to shine as much as they did in their day with Nintendo 64, although they have had important successes such as Sea of Thieves.
Kotaku has asked Spencer about the possible arrival of big-name Rare licenses, such as Banjo-Kazooie or Conker. “We leave the studios to work on what they want . I have a lot of respect for Rare and their work. They like to build new things. They have been very successful with Sea of Thieves and are excited about Everwild, ” says the head of Xbox, who of this form, leaves the return of mythical licenses to Rare.
One of Rare’s latest works has been precisely Battletoads , the return of a classic. We will have to wait to know if they continue on that path. Banjo-Kazooie: Potholes and Cachivaches was the last installment in the series, which arrived in 2008 for Xbox 360 . while Conker Live and Reloaded came to the original Xbox in 2005 as a remake of the Nintendo 64 game.