Microsoft executive director Aaron Greenberg said PlayStation 5 is not a "threat" to the Scarlett Project. The representative said that "the company is more focused on consumers than on competing."
In an interview with Kotak, Greenberg was asked about the new generation of consoles. The executive director raised the issue of competitiveness between Sony and Microsoft and said that he is not worried about the "start".
Not really [sobre estar preocupado com o PlayStation 5]. We are more focused on consumers. I think Sony has great business, brand and strong presence. They have great admiration for what they have built. We are also proud that we have the most powerful console and our internal studios are still developing. We will continue to innovate in various games – we will develop together with Japanese programmers […] Everything was based on fans and devoted maximum.
Competitiveness against PlayStation 5 will be "right"
On the other hand, Xbox head Phil Spencer believes that "proper" competition with PlayStation 5 is necessary. He wants the new generation to start at the right rate and admit it wasn't at the beginning of Xbox One.