In the documents showing that Microsoft considered buying Sega, it was also stated that the company intended to continue releasing its games on other platforms.
As analyzed by IGN, if the plan was to acquire Sega and continue to develop and sell games on the relevant platforms. Additionally, titles released exclusively for PlayStation and/or Nintendo consoles would be ported to Xbox, and all games and franchises would be made available through Xbox Game Pass for PC, console, and cloud.
Microsoft has faced skepticism over its claim that Call of Duty will remain on the PlayStation if it manages to buy Activision Blizzard, as the PlayStation versions of Starfield, Redfall and Indiana Jones were canceled after it bought Bethesda. However, at no point did Microsoft promise to keep these games on other platforms, and they haven’t been announced for those either.
The Microsoft v Federal Trade Commission (FTC) trial involving the purchase of Activision Blizzard continues this week, and perhaps more behind-the-scenes information will be revealed.