In a recent interview with The American Conservatives, Microsoft’s COO John Talabot discussed a variety of topics, including the company’s plans to launch a digital card game for Xbox Live.
“We are really excited about the potential of online games, especially in this age of virtual reality,” Talabots said.
“When you think about virtual reality, you have virtual reality players.
So you have a real-world VR player, and then a virtual reality player, so you can bring in virtual reality.”
Microsoft has a long history of launching virtual reality games for Xbox, and its first game, Halo: Combat Evolved, was an Xbox Live-only game in 2008.
The company also released a game called Halo Wars in 2015, which was an online game that required a player to use a smartphone.
However, Microsoft has not released any new Xbox games in 2017.
The new game would likely be Microsoft’s answer to Blizzard Entertainment’s Heroes of the Storm, a game in which players fight to control a fictional universe.
Microsoft has also worked on several game modes, like Warzone, which is similar to Halo Wars.
Microsoft also recently announced that the company will release a digital game called the “War Zone,” which will allow players to fight each other in real-time.
While these online games have never been available on Xbox, they are still part of the companys strategy.
“It’s not really surprising that we would want to work with a developer to bring them a game to play,” Talabs said.
Talabota said that the team will be working closely with Microsoft on “how they do that,” but he declined to share any details about the game.
Talabs also discussed how the company would bring online gaming to Xbox One.
He said that, unlike on Xbox 360, Xbox One will not offer online play.
Instead, the console will offer a subscription model for online play, and that the game will have a “pay to win” option.
Microsoft’s next game is expected to be “Xbox LIVE: The First Game” on October 10, 2018.