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Xbox CEO Reveals His Most Anticipated Game of 2022



Xbox CEO Phil Spencer has shared his most anticipated game of 2022, which, funnily enough, is actually a PlayStation exclusive.

Contrary to popular belief, there isn't this great feud between Xbox and PlayStation. Of course, one would only assume that there is, as the two are forever trying to draft fresh and innovative ways to snag a spot on the podium. But the simple truth is, both share a common love of developing video games, and it's only natural that one supports the other, and vice versa.

Anyway, as it turns out, Xbox boss Phil Spencer isn't looking forward to playing an Xbox exclusive this year — but a PlayStation one. Specifically, God of War: Ragnarok, an upcoming first-party exclusive that will launch on November 9, 2022 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

What about Xbox?

So, what about Xbox? Surely there must've been an exclusive worth putting in the spotlight, right? Well, no, actually. With Bethesda moving the release of Starfield back to 2023, the Xbox frontline is now somewhat thin on the ground, meaning the vast majority of gamers' eyes are focused on the PlayStation front. Makes sense, as there are a whole lot of exclusives in the pipeline and plenty more on the horizon.

Needless to say, God of War: Ragnarok is currently raking in the lion's share of the traction. Sure, Starfield may claim the throne tomorrow, but as for today, its colors are of blue and white. Kudos to Phil Spencer for giving credit where it's due.

What's your most anticipated game of 2022? Feel free to join the discussion over on the official Twitter thread here. Otherwise, let us know down in the comments below.

So, what's your take? Will you be picking up God of War: Ragnarok this November? Let us know over on our socials here or in the comments.

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