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Promotional artwork for Indiana Jones and the Great Circle featuring the main characters in the game.
Image via MachineGames

Xbox’s exclusive Indiana Jones game reportedly set to launch on PlayStation 5 too

Indiana Jones and the Great Circle might make it to PS5.

Less than an hour after reports of Microsoft’s new strategy to bring Xbox-exclusive games to other platforms got a massive update, a second bomb dropped with news Indiana Jones and the Great Circle could also hit PlayStation 5 at some point in the future.

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The Verge today reported Microsoft is internally weighing which titles from its current and upcoming exclusives library should be launched on other consoles, including Nintendo’s handheld Switch and Sony’s PS5. This includes plans to release Bethesda and MachineGames’ Indiana Jones and the Great Circle on PS5 at some point after its Xbox and PC debut.

Indiana Jones using his whip in a fight.
With a title like this, multiple platforms are probably a good call. Image via Bethesda

The newest Indiana Jones game is slated to release at some point in late 2024 and was lined up to be a massive exclusive for Xbox, with its usual day-and-date PC strategy still in place. New reports point to Microsoft and the Xbox team having an “intense debate internally” in building a new plan where select games will be released with some form of delay on other consoles.

Starfield is the other big-name title that will reportedly be getting a PS5 release at some point soon, and Hi-Fi Rush and Sea of Thieves are also expected to make the leap. The Verge also noted the Hi-Fi Rush port, which is expected for Switch and PS5, could be announced “in the coming weeks.”

Despite this change in approach, Xbox chief executive Phil Spencer said the company had no plans to bring Game Pass to other gaming platforms like PlayStation or Switch back in December. That said, those ideas may have gone completely out the window if internal plans have shifted heavily since, and, considering Microsoft laid off roughly 1,900 employees in its gaming division in January, drastic changes seem more likely.

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