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Makes sense. It’s more a marketing move for Microsoft to promote the new game and in turn their own console, nothing wrong with that. Same with Banjo in Smash- a really cool thing for Nintendo fans that also tells them “hey, if you want to play Banjo Kazooie on a modern console you’re gonna need an Xbox One.”
Anything we see from Microsoft will most likely be games that help promote new games they’re making for Xbox, help promote their consoles; or are games that have already sold as well as they’re ever going to on their platform like Cuphead. So there’ll be no speak of the Ori sequel for a fair amount of time if it ever happens.