Xbox boss Phil Spencer has defended his Microsoft Studios and upcoming games for Xbox One against accusations that Sony is doing a better job at bringing titles to its customers.
"When I look at this year, I'll just take the E3 conferences... we showed four big games launching exclusively on Xbox One and Windows 10," said Spencer.
"When I think about Gears, Forza Horizon, ReCore, Dead Rising 4 - all of those games are launching this year and they've been announced, there are dates next to them," perhaps referencing Sony's lack of 2016 releases featured in its conference.
He continued: "When I watch the other platforms, it's not always clear to me when the games are shipping or how many of them are shipping this year."
Spencer says the Xbox line-up continues to be strong in 2017.
"I think about Sea of Thieves; I think about Scalebound; I think about Halo Wars 2; we've got Crackdown coming; we've got State of Decay 2 which we showed on stage. I'm really proud of the line-up that the studios have and we continue to deliver year-in and year-out."
He concluded: "To say that the other consoles are doing a better job shipping more games for their customer... I don't see that. And I see what the other first-party is doing - Uncharted was an amazing game. I think Naughty Dog did a great job. I'm sure Last Guardian, when it ships this year, will be great, but I just look at the line-up and the quantity and the quality that our team's been shipping and I feel really good about that."