Microsoft is throwing a major fan bash in Mexico City, also it made a large amount of news announcements about new games, services, and acquisitions at its XO18 fan event.

We’ve summarized how it happened at the event here:

At the recent Electronic Entertainment Expo event, Microsoft acquired four development studios and opened another one.

And today, it announced it had made Forza Horizon 4 Credits possible InXile Entertainment, the company of the Wasteland and The Bard’s Tale series. InXile’s head is game pioneer Brian Fargo.

The deal is an element of Microsoft’s strategy, headed by executive Matt Booty, to make Cheap Forza Horizon 4 Credits more exclusives on the Xbox platform. As component of Microsoft Studios.