In the coming days, Microsoft is set to reveal plans that will shape the future of gaming on Xbox and PC. Interestingly, the company is also exploring expanding its reach to the PS5 and Switch, according to the latest rumors.

Tom Warren from The Verge reports that Microsoft is working on a remaster of Halo: Combat Evolved and is considering its release on the PS5. Although this is not imminent, discussions are ongoing. But that’s not all.

Microsoft’s Project Latitude, an initiative designed to bring Xbox and PC games to other platforms, may soon include more titles. Beyond Hi-Fi Rush, Pentiment, Grounded, and Sea of Thieves, more games could make their way to rival consoles. Here are some quotes from Tom Warren:

“At the heart of all the turmoil leading up to this Xbox showcase are strategy shifts for both hardware and first-party games. Microsoft has promised a big technical leap for its next-gen Xbox, and the company is rumored to be working on an Xbox handheld. But there’s an ongoing project to bring more games to rival consoles like the PS5 and Nintendo Switch that could undermine both hardware efforts.”

“The plan that’s proven so controversial with hardcore Xbox fans is known internally as ‘Project Latitude,’ sources familiar with Microsoft’s efforts tell me. Project Latitude started off with an initial wave of games, including Hi-Fi Rush, Pentiment, Sea of Thieves, and Grounded, heading to the PS5, with some going to the Nintendo Switch, but the plan extends beyond these four games and into some titles that might surprise Xbox fans.”

Thanks, The Verge, Charlie Intel, and MyNintendoNews.