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Although the supposed confusion that could be caused by the names Xbox Series X and S seemed to be an outdated issue, there are still those who disagree and consider that this has been an error by Microsoft’s games division, such as Josef Fares, creator of A Way Out, which recently exploded against this decision.
During an interview conducted by IGN (via Wccftech), Josef Fares, creator of A Way Out and currently responsible for It Takes Two, spoke about the names of the new Microsoft consoles, a decision he considered wrong. Initially, the creative pointed out that although he would have liked his new game, It Takes Two, to debut natively on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S, he and his team did not have the opportunity to explore the possibilities of this new hardware: “I don’t really care about consoles. I care about games. Of course, I would have liked to have looked at the new consoles more. I’m happy they are more powerful, because it takes a long time when they don’t, but what The thing about the new generation is that they are powerful, and that we can focus on that. But to be honest with you, they were very late in our production. “
Later, and in a surprising way, Fares attacked the names of the new Microsoft consoles and even pointed out that this causes confusion in their own offices: “of course, [It Takes Two] It will look better on PS5 and Xbox Series X, but we really didn’t have the time to work on it and make the PS5 version special, or the Xbox one blah blah, or whatever they call the new console. That’s a fucking confusing name. What the hell is going on with Microsoft? They’re losing it, man. What the hell is going on? Like Series S, X, Mex, Next. I mean, who really knows about this? Call it Microsoft Box and that’s it. I do not know. It is a total disaster. Believe me, even they are confused in their offices. What is this X, S … I don’t know what the hell is it? “
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