Microsoft is confident in the price of the Xbox Series X's internal settings, but can prepare to change it after the PS5 if necessary.
Xbox director Phil Spencer revealed some information about how Microsoft plans to handle the next phase of content. Xbox Series X In the IGN interview, the console specifications have now been determined.
In particular, the main remaining question remains how much the console will cost. Although Spencer is not yet ready to announce the price, he believes it is the correct price.
"I am happy with the price we are about to reach," Spencer said. "I am very happy with the overall packaging."
With that in mind, Spencer said that Microsoft will focus on how Sony handles the PS5.
He added: "We will definitely keep our eyes wide open to see the development of the game as we embark on the launch." "I believe we have a winning plan and we must implement it."
When asked if Microsoft would respond to Sony's fierce price competition, Spencer confirmed: "We will ensure that we remain agile in pricing and have a good plan in place."
After watching Mark Cerny's PS5 hardware conference, Spencer also talked about his ideas. Spencer said that after publicly releasing the main specifications and features of the Xbox Series X and PS5, he was satisfied with the choice Microsoft made.
He revealed: "There is no doubt that I am very happy with how the Xbox Series X works with the PS5." "I think Mark (Cerny) and the team have done a great job with the audio processing they are talking about. They like their SSD technology is impressive. "
"We saw what they did, but we took a holistic view on the platform; from CPU to GPU to RAM to throughput, speed architecture, latency, backward compatibility," he added. "It took us several years to achieve this."
Spencer pointed out that although the intention is to create the most powerful console, the Xbox Series X is a console that makes sense for the Xbox and can achieve what the company is interested in without having to worry too much about competition.
"We give ourselves a price limit-obviously we have to do it, otherwise we mess things up-(and) we do want to achieve a certain performance goal-I said that's why the console looks like it does The reason, "he explained.
"This is not a relative exercise compared to others, but it requires a lot of long-term planning."
Both the Xbox Series X and PS5 will be launched this holiday season, although we have not yet obtained the exact release date or price.