Look, the great thing about being a dual owner of consoles is that I can honest. I’m not blind nor do I make excuses. Microsoft has done its job for hardware. No doubt. But the exclusive games and all their investments won’t be seen for another year. 2018 is lost already and really was done from the very beginning. We are almost three months into the year and the only thing of note that Microsoft has done is PUBG but really that was at the end of last year. Not to say that this game isn’t big, it is. But Playstation has produced much more and will continue to do so throughout the year. They will also hang on to aces like the Last of us, Death stranding, and Ghost of Tsushima games for 2019 according to reports, so that they place themselves in the ideal position for 2019 for possible game pushes by Microsoft. This is a smart move if you ask me. Where Microsoft still hopes to focus on is their 3rd party game advantage over the ps4 and ps4 pro. For the most part, we gamers know that they will have the best version of the 3rd party games without doubt even if those differences are mostly Digital Foundry seen differences that most people don’t even know about until it’s brought up by them. But in fairness, the same differences were on the ps4 side at one time too. And for those fans already plugged into xbox echo system, it’s business as usual. I don’t see them making any changes. But if you are one of those “hype made me buy it” owners who already had a PC, ps4 or ps4 pro. Things like this really won’t make you happy at all. If you already have great exclusives on the other consoles purchased and still played it, it will make it harder to flip flop and you may just stay on the other systems. Microsoft is in a unknown spot. It could be on purpose to hide things til e3 or it just could be that they have nothing to offer different now that they have the hardware. My concern is that they are a business more than any other console maker. They are about bottom line profits and you can’t blame them. But if you are a hardcore fan, all the Cuphead awards in the world won’t make you pick that game up over a Last of us, over a Halo, over a Detroit become Human or Quantum Break. But because it sold millions to non hardcore fans Microsoft will be encouraged to continue this path as they are with Sea of thieves, and Crackdown. We need great single player story and action game experiences. This is what needs to change. Not just adding more exclusives. It’s the type of exclusives that matter, not the quantity. And I really don’t think Microsoft is getting this. The simple answer in my opinion is just give Xbox fans access to PC titles. This will surely make this format different and no console will be able to stand against it. But this answer to much like right and would probably create a worldwide panic in the street. Trade commissions would probably try and investigate this to see if it’s something good for the market to allow it. All I’m saying is that I think if they truly want to put this thing to bed, moves like this end Wars. No console on the planet will be able to compete against it from that point out. But we know, based on past events that Microsoft doesn’t have the balls to do it. They still want to play nice while everyone else profits over them in the hearts and minds of the gamers. When will they learn, people may freak out but ultimately they will follow the road to better gaming all while kicking and screaming about how unfair it is.