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Hypothetically, Aaron Greenberg Would Love To See Uncharted Come To Xbox One

by Damian Seeto


Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg has admitted if there was one game or franchise he’d love to see on the Xbox One, it would be Uncharted.

As reported by DualShockers, Greenberg was asked on the Extra Life livestream which game he would love to bring on Xbox One that isn’t already on the platform already.

The first thing that came to Greenberg’s mind was Uncharted. The other second game was the MLB: The Show franchise. The latter is because the Xbox One has no AAA baseball game anymore. This is mainly because 2K stopped developing its MLB video games for some reason.

As for Uncharted, Microsoft has always been a fan of the series. When Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’s release date was originally late 2015, Microsoft responded by making Rise of the Tomb Raider a timed exclusive on Xbox platforms. Xbox Head, Phil Spencer, said along the lines that this was done to bring an Uncharted-like game to Xbox fans.

Obviously, these questions were only asked hypothetically. Both Uncharted and MLB: The Show are Sony owned franchises. Although it’s interesting that Greenberg chose these franchises before anything else that came to his mind. It will be more interesting if a Sony executive is asked a similar question in the future.

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