Sarah Bond, ecosystem director at Xbox, reveals in a new interview that from Xbox They want game creation to be so accessible that anyone can become a game development star overnight. This was revealed in a new interview with GamesIndustry (va VGC) on the occasion of Xbox’s 20th anniversary when asked about the accomplishments he hopes the company will achieve in the next 10 years. Broadly speaking, the executive stated that she is hopeful that Microsoft can make game development as accessible as creating music or movies.
“If you look at the video and the music, the creative side of things has been democratized. You can have a Justin Bieber, someone who can shoot a video and become famous, or start his career from that angle. That does not exist so much in games, because it is much more difficult to make games“Bond explained.” What I would like to see in 10 years is that we have been pioneers in making it possible for someone to become from a citizen to a known creator. Just as you have seen in music and video. It makes sense that the games were the last, but I think it will happen and I want Microsoft to be the group to do it“, he detailed about his goal for these years.
What I would like to see in 10 years is that we have been pioneers in making it possible for someone to become from a citizen to a known creator.
In addition to his interest in expanding horizons and making game development much more accessible to everyone interested in the industry, Bond commented that his other hope for the next 10 years is related to how cloud gaming is changing the way users consume video games. “For gamers, I hope that the innovation we are driving around cloud and local play will converge to unlock new states of play. I hope that users can move through a full range of devices in different states of connectivity and their game adapts to it.. I hope that what we do opens up new experiences for the players, “he commented.