Microsoft exec says gaming is ‘somewhat resilient’ to economic weakness
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・US news broadcaster CNBC reported on Microsoft’s game console “Xbox Series X/S”
・Microsoft’s divisional revenue forecasts released on Monday were generally below market expectations.Affected by sluggish PC sales and a slowdown in the cloud service sector due to the economic downturn
“Microsoft is allowing people who want a console to choose how much they want to buy it,” Spencer, the company’s head of gaming, explained today.
Microsoft offers $499 Xbox Series X and less powerful $299 Xbox Series S
・Spencer said Microsoft is paying between $100 and $200 per game console and hopes to recoup that in peripheral sales and store purchases.
・He also said, “I don’t think Microsoft can keep game prices constant forever.”
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