Microsoft looking to add more TV shows for the Xbox One, wants to conquer your living roomBy Ayman on Wednesday, Sep 18th, 2013 at 04:32PM
Microsoft has said that its TV programming will be expanded in the near future. Microsoft has already shown us what they can do with their live-action Halo TV series, but it looks like they’re still dedicated to their plans.
Microsoft Studios vice president Phil Spencer has revealed in an interview with Bloomberg that Microsoft employees have hundreds of ideas for shows they’re brainstorming now. We have already seen how Microsoft has a partnership with the NFL to make NFL-lovers get the best experience they can such as staying updated with up-to-date game scores and highlights for those who missed the game.
But if you’re not only a fan of NFL, don’t hesitate, Spencer revealed that “[Microsoft will] be expanding what we do in sports to bring more international sports into the mix." The Xbox One will be available in 13 countries (US, the UK, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, and Spain) on its November 22nd launch date with a $499 price.
No word yet on exactly what TV content Microsoft plans to offer for Xbox One users. The Xbox One will comes with the Kinect, a headset, and a controller.