Microsoft is, evidently, changing the game cases for Xbox titles. Box art seen, best case scenario, Buy and different retailers all the more prominently calls out the compatible platforms while shunning the embellished Xbox logo that fronted game cases since the launch of Xbox One.
It’s a subtle change and, taking into account the number of full copy sales of video games that occur online today, one that some may not notice for some time. It additionally appears to be vital considering Microsoft is supporting two consoles and, the Xbox Series X’s backward similarity regardless, a few games are truth be told Series X only.
Microsoft has since a long time ago sought to bring together its video games presence under a single brand, however, it actually can’t quite seal the deal. Xbox games are sold on The Microsoft Store, for example, while PC subscribers peruse the Xbox Game Pass for PC library. Furthermore, let us never talk about Games for Widows Live, which Microsoft required two years to at last close down.
The bottom line to you, the consumer: Not much, truly. The design change likely methods Microsoft saves a few cents stamping the Xbox logo on the top.