With a great new-generation experience for a reasonable cost for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles were called the most affordable emulation device that we have ever seen. Microsoft is an emulator that allows software to run without hardware or software tricks has sadly changed its decision-making process.
There will be no longer capable of running your Gamecube or PS2 game on the Xbox console
By allowing emulators to download through Microsoft Store Microsoft Store, Microsoft had developed Xbox consoles emulation stations that were successful. But, following Microsoft’s decision to end the program, Xbox One and Xbox Series consoles won’t be able to run emulators for consoles, such as Gamecube, PS2 and PSP. In the future, people who wish to use these apps will have to enable the developer mode of their device.
Microsoft has not provided an explanation in detail regarding the matter, however Microsoft Azure Developer Akyanna McKenna has stated that the problem is legal issues with Nintendo. While emulators can be legally used, the prospect of pirated downloads of games appears to be a source of concern for Microsoft. Furthermore, McKenna stated that emulator applications may also harm your console’s security. It is possible there is a possibility that an agreement between Microsoft agreement and Nintendo agreement reached over the last couple of weeks might have included hidden clauses. In the coming days, it will be challenging to get access to your Gamecube as well as Playstation collection on Xbox Series consoles.