update: As you might have guessed following his tweet earlier this week, Nintendo’s US President Doug Bowser congratulated Sony on the launch of the PlayStation 5.
All’rounds of respect and good atmosphere. You love to see it.
Original article (Tuesday, November 10, 2020 15:00 GMT): As mentioned earlier, the new Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles are available worldwide today, as they were joking that they were a decent display stand for the GameCube they love.
The system has launched a whole new generation of games and will be expanded further when the PS5 is released a few days later. Whether you play Nintendo, PlayStation, Xbox, or really many combinations, it’s great to see the console continue to thrive and at the heart of our favorite hobby.
Aside from rivals, Nintendo of America President Dougbauser captures this spirit well by congratulating Microsoft’s Xbox team and its head, Phil Spencer, on launching the latest system.
Of course, this friendly gesture is probably not a shock that may have been in the past, as Microsoft’s relationship with Nintendo has been steadily blooming with increasingly exciting collaborations these days. Spencer recently described Nintendo as the “jewel” of the industry, and recently said the team “may be open” to switching on the game pass someday.
Do you expect the new glossy Xbox to arrive today? Does it sit side by side with your switch for the next generation? Please let us know in the comments.